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Martin Haket

Ignorance is Bliss! (till it isn’t)

This post is based on the IpX ConX19 Keynote that I gave together with Martin Haket, remember when we could still do in-person conferences? And it is the prequel to the posts We need a cross-platform interface for impact analysis! and CM2: the cross-platform standard for impact analysis! Thanks to Max Gravel from IpX who was so kind to let me use his images. James Newman triggered me with his comment on my post ‘Would… Read More »Ignorance is Bliss! (till it isn’t)

16 teams and over 120 participants @ SemproConX19

16 teams and over 120 participants @SemproConX19 Tuesday 19 November Martin Haket and I (Martijn Dullaart) facilitated the CM Game at SemproConX19 in Ankara Turkey in the Bilkent hotel. It was by far the largest group ever.16 teams with more than 120 participants took part in the game. The energy was amazing and it was a lot of fun! Thanks to Semiha Yasar from Sempro for inviting us and being a great host. And thanks to Ezgi Kalaycioglu for… Read More »16 teams and over 120 participants @ SemproConX19

Play the game @ SemproConX19

Play the CM Game @ SemproConX19 Ever wanted to play the Configuration Management Game? Do you think you have what it takes to win the game?Or do you just want to know what it really is about?   Join me and Martin Haket at SemproConX19 in Ankara Turkey on 18 and 19 November 2019 in the Bilkent hotel. It will be the largest group ever doing this game at the same time. It is not… Read More »Play the game @ SemproConX19

We need a cross-platform interface for impact analysis!

We need a cross-platform interface for impact analysis! Co-author: Martin Haket In case you have missed it, at the IpX ConX19 conference in San Diego Martin Haket and me stirred things up with our question to the panel of PLM/CLM vendors when we can expect a proper standard to support Impact Analysis across business systems. Oleg Shilovitsky already posted several articles about this:  Who needs PLM standards? What would happen if PLM vendors would agree on data… Read More »We need a cross-platform interface for impact analysis!