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Dave can we know about your experience and research work in the relevant field
 
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Half completed question? Bilal...either you may want to complete this question or may the moderators delete this post?
 
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actually i wanted to know about the amount of experience that the author has in the field of software architecture.
just to have a raw idea about the expertise that the author posses in the relevant field
 
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i wanted to know the experience of the author in the relevant field in order to have a raw idea about the expertise that he poses in the field of software architecture
 
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Bilal,
Actually, there were three of us who wrote the book. Dave Dikel, Jim Wilson and myself. Here's some basic bio information:
David Dikel
Leads a small team of government and contractor personnel charged with modeling the IRS' as-built enterprise architecture. Prior to joining SRA, he was Vice President of Applied Expertise where he served as principal investigator on the case studies and client-focused research on software architecture, software planning and tracking, and software reuse, for customers within the Department of Defense as well as leading commercial organizations.
Jim Wilson
Mr. Wilson is the Software Architect Fellow at the U.S. Treasury's Office of Thrift Supervision, where he is responsible for enterprise architecture and software process improvement. Prior to joining OTS, Mr. Wilson was Chief Technology Officer for Cyberserv, where he developed the beCyber customer relationship management product-line. Mr. Wilson was the president and founder of Applied Expertise, a software engineering and consulting firm.
Both Dave and Jim have been in this field for at least 20 years. As for myself, I am a Java software engineer and architect, and I am currently working in the field of bioinformatics. I've been developing software for 10 years. I started working with Dave and Jim back in 1995 when we were all at Applied Expertise. If you want to read more background information on me, you can check out my personal web page. I have a very slim resume-like page, and a collection of my publications. You can find it at http://www.houseofyin.com

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i wanted to know the experience of the author in the relevant field in order to have a raw idea about the expertise that he poses in the field of software architecture



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David Kane
david_kane@houseofyin.com
Author of Software Architecture: Organizational Principles and Patterns
http://www.vraps.com
http://www.houseofyin.com
 
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thanks dave not so much for providing the information but for replying to my query
the information on ur page is enlightening wow!!!
 
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