The Ramblings of Two Microsoft .NET Developers, TFS, and Visual Studio ALM Guys --- "Yes, we are both named Ed."

Integrated Architecture Framework (IAF) - Capgemini University



Well, as you can see I did not post what I was learning at the IAF training, this is because the subject in which we were taught is sensitive information that we cannot share with others outside our organization. The training was awesome and really taught me about how to align IT with Business needs. This is always a touchy subject with most developers because they do not think that IT is bought in soon enough during the project inception. I understand that and definitely have felt the burn of that scenario. The IAF provides an outstanding way in which to address that common concern elegantly. I look forward to attending the advance classes that are offered. For now, that's it, all I can say.

 

Ed K.

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