Presentation: "Golden Rules for Managing your Architecture, sponsored by Hello2Morrow"
Wednesday 13:00 - 14:00
It is always beneficial for a project to define a clear software architecture. But how can you fight growing deviations between the planned architecture and the physical code base? How can you avoid expensive redesigns and refactoring phases? How can you achieve an outstanding technical quality of your code base? The session explains the basics concepts of architecture management for Java projects.
Participants will learn:
- How to define a small set of rules and guidelines to achieve an outstanding technical quality for their Java projects
- How to define a large scale architecture for their systems
- How to implement automatics checks for their quality guidelines
Alexander von Zitzewitz, Hello2morrow
Alexander von Zitzewitz is founder, managing director of the company and CEO of the US subsidiary. He has more than 20 years of project and management experience.
In 1993 he founded ootec - a company focused on project services around object oriented software technology. This company was sold to the French Valtech group in March 2000 and served customers like Siemens, BMW, Thyssen-Krupp-Stahl and other well known names in German industry.
From 2003 to early 2005 he was working as Director of Central Europe for the French company Xcalia S.A. Since the summer of 2008 he is living in Massachusetts. His areas of expertise are object oriented system design and large scale system architecture.
Alexander has a degree in Computer Science from the Technical University of Munich.