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IBM Impact 2012 Wrap Up

IBM Impact 2012 – Las Vegas During 201, before moving on I was an Enterprise Architect within CSC Consulting based in Perth, Western Australia. I was also the Australian Lead for SOAsure, CSC’s global SOA service offering. Through CSC I … Continue reading

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urban cowboy

Another night in Vegas…       Gilley’s and its mechanical bull were a mainstay at the Frontier before it was demolished. The New Frontier was a hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip that had operated continuously … Continue reading

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Las Vegas Motels

I have been seeing some very cool old motels especially in the ‘Naked City’ neighborhood – the area between ‘The Strip’ and ‘Downtown’ thats consists of vacant lots, tattoo parlours, bail bond offices, beat-up apartment buildings and a few 1930s-era houses,and … Continue reading

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cloud everything…

I have not yet been to a session that has not mentioned the cloud… 15 years on…

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Some hot items (already)…

Day One has only just finished … some things I have already picked up for ‘deep dives’… Integration from within the enterprise to the cloud –  posssibly#1 Hot Topic and #1 Hot product  in the recent IBM acquisition of Cast Iron  … Continue reading

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Old School vs New School

At the Bookstore they are selling al the good stuff you could want at a geekfest – every possible book you could imagine on the latest trends and solutions for Cloud, SOA, BPM, Decision Support, Webpshere etc … but all … Continue reading

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Conference Collectables

Lots of great merchandise to swag in the Main Hall Solution Expo. I am talking mugs, key rings, USB stickes, stress balls, bags, pens etc … but my two favourites … so far (as eachday brings new discoveries)… … the … Continue reading

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