Part 5 of 22: Do you mean "granular" when you say "primitive?"
Do you mean "granular" when you say "primitive?"
In this 22 part Enterprise Architecture conversation, John Zachman and Sunil Dutt Jha discuss the common misunderstanding about the word "Primitive". When John says "primitive," he does NOT mean "granular" - or make into smaller pieces. He defines Primitive in the context of his Framework as a single-variable, unique characteristic of the Enterprise. He works through the components of a computer program and shows why that is a Composite, Manufacturing concept and not an Engineering Concept.
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