Never has architecture been more important than now. With the Agile movement gaining steam with new methods such as Kanban, Architecture seems to have been left behind. True, Scrum has finally recognized that a framework ignoring technical methods is risky, and SAFeTM started out acknowledging the need for test-first and code quality. But Architecture still seems to get second shrift compared to other Agile topics.
This seminar discusses why Agile architecture is so important. It then discusses what Agile architecture needs to accomplish and provides some methods in how to achieve this. This seminar will touch on the why, what and how as summarized here:
Why. Architecture, whether Agile or otherwise, needs to provide the following:
How. To build Agile architectures, one must be able to:
What. Agile architectures will then enable us to:
Come for an informative session. It will leave you with insights and new ways to approach your challenges.
|6:00-6:30pm||Food and networking|
|8:00-8:30pm||Wrap up as desired|
Take I-5 To 45th East
Turn Right on Memorial Way Northeast
At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit right onto Spokane Lane
Turn left on Chelan
Savery Hall is on the right in the
Center for Social Science and Computational Research
Put in 'Savery Hall UW'
|The Central Plaza Garage (underground) is closest. Level C1 and level C2 has wheelchair and disability parking.|
|There is also disability and wheelchair accessibility parking located across Chelan Lane near Raitt Hall.|
Andrea Bain at 425-830-3241 if you need further assistance