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Lean Integration: An Integration Factory Approach to Business Agility by David Lyle, John G. Schmidt

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About the Authors

John Schmidt’s integration career began over 30 years ago when he was a hardware technician at Digital Equipment Corporation. He tells the story about plugging a PDP-11 cable into the wrong socket, which put 30 volts rather than 5 volts on the bus and fried every chip connected to it. Hence the first lesson in integration: While the plug might fit in the socket, hidden incompatibilities in behavior that are not readily visible can be disastrous.

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John went on to work as a software engineer, project manager, sales representative, professional services manager, program manager, and enterprise architect. He has practiced and honed ...

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