The SATURN 2014 technical program is now published on the SATURN 2014 website.
Themes for the program are Technology, Methods and Tools, and Leadership and Business, and session topics currently planned include
Insights in Evolution
Growing Great Architects
The Art and Science of Scalability
DevOps and Delivery
Promoting Quality Attributes: Lessons from the Trenches
The Business of Software Architecture
Building a Community Practice
Architecting in the Enterprise
In addition, there will be participatory sessions on Software Architecture and Design Decay, Rapid Software Architecture Exploration, IT Project Estimation Techniques, and Embracing an Architecture-Focused Approach for Monitoring Technical Debt, as well as Open Space sessions and one or more lively panel discussions.
View the SATURN 2014 technical program now.
The super-early-bird registration period closes on Monday, May 3, so register now to get the deepest discount for attending SATURN.
SATURN 2014 General Chair
This post was co-authored by Robert Nord. Technical debt communicates the tradeoff between the short-term benefits of rapid delivery and the long-term value of developing a software system that is easy to evolve, modify, repair, and sustain. Like financial debt,...