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Enterprise Integration Using REST

by Brandon Byars

Most internal REST APIs are one-off APIs purpose built for a single integration point. In this article, I'll discuss the constraints and flexibility that you have with nonpublic APIs, and lessons learned from doing large scale RESTful integration across multiple teams.

18 November 2013

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Agilists and Architects: Allies not Adversaries

Rebecca Parsons and Martin Fowler

At QCon San Francisco 2008 Rebecca Parsons and I gave a talk about how agile approaches work with enterprise architecture groups. At the moment there's a lot of distrust and conflict between agile project teams and architecture groups. We dig into why this is so, and explore ways that these groups can work together.

19 November 2008

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Enterprise Architects Join the Team

Rebecca Parsons

Enterprise Architecture groups often get separated from day to day development. This can lead to their knowledge of development work getting out of date and development teams not taking a broad company-wide perspective. Having seen this happen frequently Rebecca argues that enterprise architects can be much more effective by joining development teams.

September 2005

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