12th - 16th Mar 2012
If you have a group of 3 or more people registered for the course, you can nominate your next project as one of the systems designed. What a great opportunity to have Juval review and give feedback on your next system!
The Architecture Clinic is designed to guide and accelerate your exposure to the practices of modern software design. It is a 5 day highly interactive event where you will learn, improve, and exercise software architecture skills, all based on the IDesign Method – a breakthrough, battle-proven approach to software architecture that has shown up to 80% reduction in the effort and time required for architecting, designing, and implementing software solutions. Through its application, it produces an easy-to-follow blueprint for the construction of a software system, while covering all the important aspects involved.
During the Clinic, you will architect several systems, most of them based on real-world problems brought in by the Clinic’s participants (and you may offer a system for the team to work on as well, which could be a nice side benefit). Through guided practice, you will exercise the IDesign Method and become proficient at it - the Clinic will be run by an IDesign Architect. Along the way we will walk you through the steps of the Method, share insight, inform best practices, and also help develop the “soft skills” that are so important to success. In normal day-to-day work, this type of knowledge and insight can take many years to attain. The Clinic will shorten your learning curve through our years of deep industry experience, and provide a perfect forum for focused, high caliber discussions and mentorship.
For insight into a first-hand experience at the clinic read "Impressions from the Architecture Clinic"
Any .NET architect, project lead or senior developer would benefit greatly from the class.
|Morning tea break
||11AM - Tea, coffee and light refreshments provided
|One hour Lunch Break
||1PM - Catered lunch provided on Friday
|Afternoon Tea break
||4PM - Tea, coffee and light refreshments provided