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The Cutter Edge: Residuality Theory to the Rescue, Improve Acquisitions with EA, and more!

Posted September 8, 2020 | Technology |

8 September 2020

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Applying Residuality Theory for Better Software Design

While the software industry is grappling with complexity and resilience, solutions for actually designing systems are in short supply. Residuality theory answers this dilemma with design techniques and actual concrete steps to make things easier. More!

Engaging Enterprise Architects in Aquisitions

Engaging enterprise architects in the acquisition process allows the acquisition team to plan, execute, and evaluate acquisitions within a strategic planning framework that improves acquisition performance without compromising organizational performance. More!

Webinar: Improve Software Design with Residuality Theory

Join us on September 23 as Cutter Consortium Senior Consultant Barry M. O’Reilly introduces residuality theory as a way to model systems in complex environments and learn how to use stress as the driver of design decisions. Register now!

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