I just wanted to share a big thank you for participating in our Digital Transformation Leadership webinar series. We continue to receive great feedback about the series and I'm sure our audience learned a lot from your insights and experience. It was truly a great event!
Kudos for the good write-up. Power of words/language can never be replaced. You have the gift.
The article you wrote for us is a great lead generator for our anomaly detection solution. We're providing the PDF on our web site, and relevant visitors are downloading it like crazy. We may have to do another one soon.
I was impressed with Jason’s Forbes piece on ServiceNow, reflecting on the trends at our annual Knowledge conference. He was able to weave many elements of the story in a concise, clear manner. I think it’s the first time a reporter or analyst has delved deeply into what the company is doing.
We have had multiple of our resellers and customers mention to us that they have gotten a lot out of the papers and webinars we have done with you, because they follow you because of your position in the DevOps community. From our perspective, this is fantastic because we are reaching a new audience that typically would not be paying attention to us.
Clicked on [What is at the Center of your Digital Architecture?] thinking "here we go yet another complete abomination of use of the words enterprise architecture" and surprisingly this is actually really good. Thanks.
You have done a lot to reinvent/resurrect EA, which has been in jeopardy of becoming a dead duck.
Jason, I already have your brilliantly written and insightful book. You are a breath of fresh air in a fog of vendor misdirection!
Jason Bloomberg’s new Bloomberg Agile Architecture is a great new example of practical, adaptable, and flexible applied enterprise architecture.
Thanks Jason. We appreciate your depth of knowledge and your obvious goal of gaining real understanding before reporting. I think it's a solid article that adds to the state of the art.
I'm a long time follower of Jason Bloomberg, an SOA thought leader - he does an impressive and necessary job of uniting SOA's IT goodness with business imperatives.
Your enthusiasm and expertise were ingredients in this being the best opening session, and best overall conference, we have had.
You have definitely shown a higher level of understanding of our competitive market than any of the analysts with whom we’ve spoken. Thanks and keep up the good work.
The training Jason provided was the best spend of training dollars I have ever used. Not only was the course material excellent, but Jason is extremely knowledgeable and a gifted speaker/teacher.
I appreciate a lot that you kept the course vendor independent and stressed the architecture rather than the technology. That was the most valuable lesson that I took away from the course, which one should apply broadly in our industry.
Just a quick e-mail to say how much I enjoyed last week’s seminar. Starting from a baseline of not a great deal of technical knowledge in this field, I had been a little daunted when it became apparent that I was the only ‘honorary’ architect in a group of ACTUAL architects but I needn’t have feared too much. So thank you for dispelling myths, imparting wisdom and for delivering the material in a way that was understood by techies and mere mortals alike!
I’ve always judged teachers and instructors by their ability to speak in complete sentences. Mr. Bloomberg was outstanding. His knowledge of the industry was impressive.
#cloudexpo best so far: @TheEbizWizard ‘Architecting a RESTful Cloud: The key to Elasticity’. Refreshingly un-cloudwashed & informative.
I wish to thank Mr. Jason Bloomberg for the invaluable training of LZA Architecture he delivered to our ends. I can tell more about your support, friendship, and ‘patience’ in preparing, conducting and delivering this training. So many thanks to you.
Just finished reading chapter 1 [of The Agile Architecture Revolution by Jason Bloomberg] – long time since last I had so much fun at work. Anybody who has been architecting over the years, or who only breathes SOA – go buy this book and read. I’m sure it will be an eyeopener to other disciplines.