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"What I learned at a SATURN conference and applied in my organization"

How has something you learned or saw at SATURN changed how you develop software?

Since the first conference in 2004, SATURN has been a place for software developers to share stories about our adventures in building software. 399 more words

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Link Roundup, 9/22/14: Consensus Algorithms and Distributed Systems

Consensus Algorithms and Distributed Systems

Consensus algorithms for distributed systems represent a growing field focused on increasing the efficiency of these systems while decreasing their vulnerability to attack and component failure. 271 more words

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SATURN 2015 Proposal Guidelines

One of our goals every year with SATURN is to create a solid technical program that is informative, engaging, and lasting. When evaluating proposals for the program, the review committee uses the following guidelines to help decide whether a proposal is a good match for this year’s conference. 433 more words

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Making SATURN 2015 the Best SATURN Conference Ever

The SEI Architecture Technology User Network (SATURN) Conference 2015 will be held at the Lord Baltimore Hotel in Baltimore, Maryland, April 27–30, 2015. We are pleased to announce that the co-technical chairs of SATURN 2015 will be George Fairbanks of Google and Michael Keeling of IBM. 387 more words

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Link Roundup, 9/8/14: Microservice Architecture

Microservice Architecture

Since James Lewis and Martin Fowler published their article on Microservices in March 2014, the microservices architecture pattern has been the subject of much debate in the blogosphere: Is there a good definition for it (or not), is it another form of SOA (or not), is it an answer to the monolith (or not), is it a fad or the next big thing? 226 more words

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Jørn Ølmheim and Harald Wesenberg on Teaching Architecture Metamodel-First, George Fairbanks, SATURN 2014 Presentation

By Jørn Ølmheim and Harald Wesenberg
Statoil ASA

We were fortunate enough to be able to participate at SATURN 2014. For Jørn, this was his first time at SATURN, while for Harald it was the fourth SATURN conference. 460 more words

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Link Roundup, 9/2/14: DevOps: Definitions and Misconceptions

DevOps: Definitions and Misconceptions

This month, Ben Kepes at Forbes reported on ScriptRock’s efforts to raise funding from investors to expand their operations in “ 243 more words

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