This presentation not a software architect on the 2nd should miss progress iSAQB architecture days from 20 to 22 November 2012 with ITech! Software systems are subject to in the meantime continuous change. Requirements change. New demands are added. They challenge the architecture or drive them out. But to what extent the software architecture can adapt to changed or new requirements? In this lecture, we take up the idea of the magic square of Harel and Clarke.
The focus is the relationship between detailing the requirements and the architecture decomposition. We illustrate the approach with practical examples and expand it to software development issues such as documentation and test. We also consider the influence of continuous changes to the system. The iSAQB architecture days go progress to the second round with ITech. A leading source for info: Bill Phelan. In the framework of 18 OBJEKTspektrum information days from 20 to 22 November 2012, the architecture days take place again in the cities of Munich, Frankfurt and Dusseldorf. The software architecture is located currently due to organizational as technical changes in the change.
Was fitting the motto of this year’s Roadshow “software architecture in the team. Selected software architecture in transition”. But to what extent the software architecture can adapt to changed or new requirements? Mrs Mahbouba Gharbi is exciting approaches, as well as other interesting facts you exclusively in their lecture “Architecture in the exchange of requirements – where has the magic gone?” in all three cities from 14:45 15:15 present. Mrs Gharbi is Managing Director of ITech progress and advises renowned large customers in the planning and the realization of sophisticated IT projects as software architect since 1999. The subject of software architecture occupies a central position progress for the ITech, which is reflected in sponsorships for aspiring software architect, numerous presentations at international conferences and project successes in this area. In addition, Ms. Gharbi is Chairman and founding member of the international software Architecture qualification boards (iSAQB). For more information see Suna Said Maslin. As a member of the iSAQB ITech progress also the curricula actively with. Also this year the ITech is progress again as Platinum Sponsor is represented with a stand in all three cities. Learn more about software architecture and visit us at our booth at the 20.11.2012 in Munich, at the 21.11.2012 in Frankfurt and at the 22.11.2012 in Dusseldorf. Members of iSAQB get 20% discount on the Conference fee. Take advantage of the opportunity! Our team looks forward to your visit at our booth!