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WOA is Phony? Ouch!

by Nick Gall  |  October 21, 2008  |  Comments Off on WOA is Phony? Ouch!

Judith Hurwitz apparently doesn’t like WOA. That’s OK. To each their own. [BTW, I choose to use the ungrammatical their/they/them as a universal 3rd party pronoun to avoid having to use gender specific his/he/him or her/she/her.] I can’t be too upset because her blog post turned me on to PollDaddy.com. Here is my first poll:
Do you agree with Judith Hurwitz that WOA is phony?
( surveys)

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Nicholas Gall
VP Distinguished Analyst
14 years at Gartner
35 years IT industry

Nick Gall is a vice president in Gartner Research. As a founding member of Gartner’s Enterprise Planning and Architecture Strategies, Mr. Gall advises clients on enterprise strategies for interoperability, innovation and execution. Mr. Gall is a leading authority on middleware… Read Full Bio




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