U-Minn presentations: SOA, Folksonomy and IT Architecture

On Monday (April 3, 2006), I was at University of Minnesota presenting on four topics. Below are links to the slides as PDFs: UW-Madison’s SOA Migration Strategy – what is it and how do we get one Folksonomy and Web 2.0 IT Architecture – What is it and why 3 isn’t enough Identity Management Nouns … Continue reading U-Minn presentations: SOA, Folksonomy and IT Architecture

Social Mining – Web 2.0 and Folksonomies

I have been talking about the impact of “Web 2.0”, social software and folksonomies in regards to their possible impact on enterprise knowledge management. * The Web 2.0 movement is about empowering people to publish their own content quickly and easily with a minimum of knowledge. Flickr, Youtube, del.icio.us, Blogger et al allow people to … Continue reading Social Mining – Web 2.0 and Folksonomies

Xythos goes Open Source

I just returned from EDUCAUSE where I met with several people from Xythos. Xythos has just announced Developer at Xythos – a collaboration web site aimed at helping users do creative things with the Xythos software. Kevin Wiggen, the CTO for Xythos, also announced a new initiative to spawn open source development around the Xythos … Continue reading Xythos goes Open Source