Michael Ogrinz (@mogrinz) is the author of Mashup Patterns: Designs and Examples for the Modern Enterprise. He is also Principal Architect for global markets at one of the world's largest financial institutions. A frequent industry speaker on Enterprise 2.0, he has been instrumental in enhancing the computing environment at his firm through his work on code reuse, usability, social networking, and mashups. He is also the founder of localendar.com, an online calendaring resource for webmasters running local community sites.
Areas of expertise: Application architecture, Enterprise mashups, Code reuse, User Interfaces, Social media
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Contributions from Michael Ogrinz
- HTML5 or native apps: Which is best?
- Do competitions help or hinder software innovation?
- When do I get to build my own portal application?
- HTML5 applications change enterprise app development
- Where's the ROI in a public API?
- When collecting ''big data'' see what to consider
- Enterprise application mashup orchestration
- Making enterprise applications more mashup friendly
- Mashups and mobile: A match that makes sense
- Making the business case for enterprise mashups
- Enterprise mashup software: Where are we now?
- Building enterprise data mashups with data from Data.gov
- Can enterprise mashups leverage my firm's existing RSS assets?
- What do enterprise mashups have in common with RAD from the 1990s?