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The international software architecture community has responded to this year’s SATURN technical program by setting a new attendance record for the SEI Architecture Technology User Group (SATURN) Conference. SATURN, now in its 9th year, will be held at the Marriott City Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, from April 29 to May 3, 2013, and registration is still open. Currently 181 people are registered to attend, breaking the previous SATURN attendance record of 166 attendees in 2011.
Most SATURN tutorials are still available to both new registrants and those who are already registered for SATURN, including Pragmatic Solution Architecting with Risk- and Cost-Driven Architecture by Eltjo Poort of GGI, and Attribute-Driven Design in the Real World by Rick Kazman of the SEI and Humberto Cervantes of Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana – Iztapalapa. If you are already registered for SATURN and wish to enroll in additional tutorials, you can update your registration here before Wednesday, April 24, 2013 or register for tutorials on site. In addition to tutorials, popular SEI courses, keynote and invited presentations, and two days of high-quality technical presentations, the SATURN technical committee has added to the program several networking events and what we expect to be a compelling and engaging panel discussion. At 4:15 on Wednesday afternoon, May 1, attendees can choose to participate in any of three networking events: