I have been asked to set up an “Architectural Practice” at work, and, although I tend to see writing a blog as bordering on “A Beautiful Mind”, I figure, why not keep a log of the process and experience along the way, you know, for posterity.

For the last few months I have been attempting to get certified in TOGAF, that is The Open Group Architecture Framework.  For the most part, the standard is fairly straight forward, it just also happens to be particularly dry, long winded and incredibly dull.  Not to say it isn’t useful, its just a challenge committing the specific definitions, processes and deliverables to memory.

Anyways, for what it’s worth, I’m writing down my process, thoughts and progress as I attempt to improve my career through architecture.

Wish me luck.

From tiny acorns, mighty oak trees grow.