Got an interesting question in my TOGAF Part 1 course, and I thought I would share it and my answer.
Hi Scott, Thank you for the awesome videos. It’s making life lot easier and can’t imagine how you can really
The question I’m asking myself today is, is there a future in Enterprise Architecture?
That’s a tough question, I admit. And the answer seems fairly clear on both sides.
OF COURSE, there’s a future. Companies need specialists who can shape
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The Open Group recently announced that they are switching from Prometric to Pearson VUE. For now, the TOGAF 9.1 exam is available at both testing centers (and in many cases, the same testing center supports both testing companies). But at
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I also have a course covering the TOGAF 9.1 Part 2
Hopefully I don’t have to mention that Enterprise Architecture skills are in high demand these days. It consistently ranks among the fastest growing average salaries in technology. There are simply not enough qualified people to meet the demand for
Those of you studying for the TOGAF certification may see that “change management” is mentioned in a few places throughout the specification, with slightly different contexts.
Requirements Management is the center of the ADM hub, and has managing changes to requirements
New from SoftwareArchitect.ca, a FREE 8-page study resource for the TOGAF 9.1 Part 1 exam (OG0-091). Print this, and take this with you as you study for the exam. Take this to the exam center on the day of
At times it might seem like an impossible task to study TOGAF. The spec is 650 pages long. How could you possibly memorize it all?
Well the good news is that you don’t have to memorize it. Here’s a four-week
I put together a little list of study tips for you to give you a better idea of the strategy for studying for the exam. I hope you find it helpful.
1) Eliminate the distractor first.
When I was a