Conference Talk: Dani Mannes on Agile Software Architecture

sw-arch-2014-headerDuring the First Israeli Conference on Software Architecture, Dani Mannes gave a talk about “Agile Software Architecture”.

Title: Agile Software Architecture

Abstract: It is still very common to use different techniques and processes at the system engineering and at the software engineering level. In this lecture I will present a unified Agile process and techniques that allow for a seamless transition from the system engineering level to the software engineering level in an iterative and evolutionary way. I will also show the benefits the unifying the processes of the two levels and of the resulting component based architecture. I will also talk on the architect’s role and this role evolves over time and will conclude with presenting a small but real life project example.

Bio: Dani Mannes is an active partner of ACTL Systems Ltd. For over 25 years he trains and coaches companies in adopting object oriented software and system engineering practices with a very strong focus on agile architecture engineering.

Over the years he has participated in well over 100 projects spanning domains of medical, aviation, biotechnology, computer vision, government, defense industry and more. Over the last 10 years he focuses on pattern driven and agile architecture model at the software as well as at the system and system of system level.

These are the original slides of Dani’s presentation:

Here is the video of the talk (in Hebrew):

The conference was organized with the cooperation of ILTAM.

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About Hayim Makabee

Veteran software developer, enthusiastic programmer, author of a book on Object-Oriented Programming, co-founder and CEO at KashKlik, an innovative Influencer Marketing platform.
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