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SATURN 2015 Keynotes

We are pleased to announce our three keynote speakers for the 11th annual SEI Architecture Technology User Network (SATURN) Conference 2015. SATURN 2015 will be held April 27–30, at the Lord Baltimore Hotel, Baltimore, Md. 265 more words

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Call for Workshops--WICSA/CompArch 2015

WICSA 2015, the 12th Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on Software Architecture, and CompArch 2015, the 9th federated conference series bringing together researchers and practitioners from Component-Based Software Engineering and Quality of Software Architecture, are launching a unified call for workshops for the 2015 co-located event that will be held in Montréal, Canada, May 4-8, 2015. 357 more words

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Link Roundup, 12-12-14: Cross-Language and Cross-Platform Development

In a Huffington Post article titled “What Global Warming, Energy Efficiency and Erlang Have in Common,” Noah Gift says, “Hidden in the discussion of rising energy costs and consumption in datacenters is the selection of software language.” Gift’s emphasis is on how the constraints many languages have limit them to one processor and how the languages used to write software can affect the way that processors use energy. 198 more words

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Second International Workshop on Software Architecture and Metrics at ICSE 2015 – Call for Papers

Second International Workshop on Software Architecture and Metrics
Florence, Italy, May 16, 2015
Submission deadline: January 23, 2015
http://www.sei.cmu.edu/community/sam2015/

Software engineers of complex software systems face the challenge of how best to assess the achievement of quality attributes and other key drivers, how to reveal issues and risks early, and how to make decisions about architecture and system evolution. 204 more words

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SEI Offers Course on Big Data

Software Engineering Institute (SEI) research forms the foundation for a new one-day course from the SEI, Big Data: Architectures and Technologies.

To learn more, see this… 37 more words

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Link Roundup, 11/12/14: Minimum Viable Architecture

Minimum Viable Architecture

In his Introduction to Minimum Viable Architecture, Savita Pahuja at InfoQ recalls an older blog by Kavis Technology that described the role of agile methods as serving a balancing function between the minimum viable product and the minimum viable architecture. 202 more words

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