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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.

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Software Architecture

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

Software Architecture

Link Roundup, 10/21/14: The Watson Explorer

The Watson Explorer

The Watson Developer Cloud brings Watson to developers and the cognitive cloud to Internet applications. Watson offers a variety of services for building cognitive apps, including language identification and translation, interpreting meaning based on context, and communicating with people in their own styles. 230 more words

Software Architecture

Link Roundup, 10/13/14: Deep Neural Networks

Deep Neural Networks

 “At some fundamental level, no one understands machine learning.” —Christopher Olah

“Neural networks are one of the most beautiful programming paradigms ever invented.” — 215 more words

Software Architecture

Coming November 3-6, 2014, Pgh. Pa.: TSP Symposium 2014

We at the SEI are excited about the Team Software Process (TSP) Symposium, which we are holding in Pittsburgh, Pa. November 3-6, 2014. The theme of the symposium is “Going Beyond Methodology to Maximize Performance.” 654 more words

Architecture-Centric Practices