Architectural thinking and modeling with the Architect's Workbench
S. Abrams, B. Bloom, P. Keyser, D. Kimelman, E. Nelson, W. Neuberger, T. Roth, I. Simmonds, S. Tang, J. Vlissides
IBM Systems Journal, Volume 45, Number 3, 2006
I would like to leave my memos related to my "kung-fu" for some technology insights. Kung-fu doesn't only mean a battle style, but means hacking one's own life.
Thursday, August 24, 2006
Today's Paper: Architectural thinking and modeling with the Architects' Workbench (IBM SJ)
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