Category Archives: InfoTrail

A Contact is a Contact (is a Contact…)

Contacts are at the heart of every business application that I have worked with. Whenever I start work on a new application for a client, the first thing I have to plan for is the migration of contact data from … Continue reading

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Adventures in NoSQL Land

I first got interested in NoSQL databases from a May, 2010 article in MSDN magazine. This article started me on a quest to learn more about the potential of using different databases other than relational databases like MS SQL Server, Oracle, or MySQL. … Continue reading


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InfoTrail – Backgrounder Part2

(continued from InfoTrail -Backgrounder Part1) Foundations of InfoTrail InfoTrail modules are built on the shoulders of the works of many others, so let’s review some of the seminal works that are being used and evaluated: The Zachmann Framework – This is … Continue reading

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InfoTrail – Backgrounder Part1

What is InfoTrail? Trails End Systems’ product line, InfoTrail, is based on the concept of a software factory that creates software products and services from application modules that can be assembled, configured, and used for a variety of information technology solutions. Decisions, decisions Let’s look at some major … Continue reading

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