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Rwandan Student Discovers Passion for Software Architecture at SATURN 2015

Gloria Ingabire, a student in the master’s of science in information technology program at Carnegie Mellon’s Rwanda campus, gave a presentation at SATURN 2015 in April. 17 more words

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Microservices Workshop at SATURN 2015

On Monday, April 27, before the start of SATURN 2015, a small group of 16 software engineers met to explore ideas around the emerging microservices architecture trend. 375 more words

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SATURN 2015 Awards Conferred

Since 2010, the SEI and IEEE have been conferring two attendee-selected awards at SATURN. The IEEE Software SATURN Architecture in Practice Presentation Award is given to the presentation that best describes experiences, methods, and lessons learned from the implementation of architecture-centric practices. 121 more words

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SATURN 2015: ADD 3.0: Rethinking Drivers and Decisions in the Design Process (Session Notes)

Rick Kazman, University of Hawaii and Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute, and Humberto Cervantes, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana–Iztapalapa

Design is hard. Architects need insight into types of architectural drivers, guidance on selecting design concepts, and what drives certain design decisions to make good decisions by considering these consciously. 814 more words

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SATURN 2015: Introduction to Architecture-Centric Design Thinking (Session Notes)

Michael Keeling, IBM Watson Group

The concept of design as a way of thinking comes from Herbert Simon in 1969. Companies would empathize with the user and work to solve their problems, but this approach had the unintended side effect of focusing too exclusively on the user interface, and there is more to design in software than the user interface. 401 more words

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Microservices to Go on Trial at SATURN 2015

At SATURN 2015, the software architecture community will put microservices on trial.

Here is an abstract of this event, which will take place on Tuesday, April 28, from 5:00 to 6:00 pm: 206 more words

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