Harvesting "Information Excellence"

Linkedin Data Architecture journey and philosophy by informationexcellence
March 4, 2013, 2:10 pm
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“In an agile environment, it’s important to be able to change something without breaking something else. The alternative is to bring stuff down to make changes, he added, and “it’s never a good time to stop the world.”

Says Bob Schulman, Director of Engineering, Linkedin. That one line encompasses many holy grails of the architectural principles.

Read more on the Linkedin Data Architecture journey and philosophy in the gigacom article.




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