Each month Iasa hosts a Virtual Conference that runs on a real-time schedule. This month’s eSummit, occurring August 23rd, features highly recognized subject matter experts in Architecture.
August eSummit Topic is Software Design for the Architect
Interactive webcasts are offered in real-time, while presenter show visuals such as PowerPoint slides and desktop applications. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with the presenters in real time. See below for this month’s speakers and topics.
Agenda at a glance
|7:00||Value (and Costs) of Custom Software Development||Brian Loomis|
|9:00||API Banking||Manjara De Silva|
|10:00||ATAM Case Study||Viswanathan Hariharan|
|11:00||A Case Study in Design – The IASA Pillars in the Real World||Priyank Bhatnagar|
|12:00||Attribute Driven Design in practice. Tackling complexity in software architecture.||Manuel Acosta|
Brian LoomisValue (and Costs) of Custom Software Development
Brian Loomis : Value (and Costs) of Custom Software DevelopmentClick HERE to learn more
Manuel AcostaAttribute Driven Design in practice. Tackling complexity in software architecture.
Manuel Acosta : Attribute Driven Design in practice. Tackling complexity in software architecture.Click HERE to learn more
Viswanathan HariharanATAM Case Study
Viswanathan Hariharan : ATAM Case StudyClick HERE to learn more
Priyank BhatnagarA Case Study in Design - The IASA Pillars in the Real World
Priyank Bhatnagar : A Case Study in Design - The IASA Pillars in the Real WorldClick HERE to learn more
Upcoming eSummits 2017
Internet of Things, Machine Learning, Business Architecture, Architecture from Around the Globe
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