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If theres one thing I've learned in the last 3-4 years working in Agile development spaces is this takeaway: Agile without Enterprise Architecture will simply lead to Tech Debt, Service Debt and worst of all Culture Debt. As we go cloud native it made me realise one thing, and thats as we strive for the best user experience possible we suggest we need to be more agile and throw away any sight of NFR's in a governed way, but in reality all that is happening is delaying the inevitable hugely complex, hugely misunderstood data and application estate to the point where it's blown all TCO out the water and is unsustainable as a business. The startups whilst have so much flexibility, which enterprises try to copy, crave service reliability whilst satisfying users need for such a good visual and functional experience that they do anything to keep them from going somewhere else. In the enterprise we take that as a given, so how do we get the perfect balance? Well I hope to answer that and many more areas of Agile enterprise Architecture. I hope this page and my Youtube channel, as I populate it with sound bites, helps others and lets us all grow, as it's about sharing not hoarding.  I was brought up to think of others first and get the pleasure of kindness to others and thats what I ultimately want to do with this effort. So lets share togeather and go on a cool journey of innovation and risk adversity. Laters Paul.
If theres one thing I've learned in the last 3-4 years working in Agile development spaces is this takeaway: Agile without Enterprise Architecture will simply lead to Tech Debt, Service Debt and worst of all Culture Debt. As we go cloud native it made me realise one thing, and thats as we strive for the best user experience possible we suggest we need to be more agile and throw away any sight of NFR's in a governed way, but in reality all that is happening is delaying the inevitable hugely complex, hugely misunderstood data and application estate to the point where it's blown all TCO out the water and is unsustainable as a business. The startups whilst have so much flexibility, which enterprises try to copy, crave service reliability whilst satisfying users need for such a good visual and functional experience that they do anything to keep them from going somewhere else. In the enterprise we take that as a given, so how do we get the perfect balance? Well I hope to answer that and many more areas of Agile enterprise Architecture. I hope this page and my Youtube channel, as I populate it with sound bites, helps others and lets us all grow, as it's about sharing not hoarding.  I was brought up to think of others first and get the pleasure of kindness to others and thats what I ultimately want to do with this effort. So lets share togeather and go on a cool journey of innovation and risk adversity. Laters Paul.

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