IASA Israel

iasabannerThe International Association of Software Architects (IASA) is the premier association focused on the architecture profession through the advancement of best practices and education. The IASA Israel Chapter organizes activities to promote the Software Architect profession in Israel. IASA is a non-profit organization, and the Israeli team is composed entirely of volunteers.

To be informed about our future meetings, please join our group at LinkedIn.

Past Events:

1st Meeting: Architecting for the Cloud

2nd Meeting: Group discussions of Architecture issues

3rd Meeting: What it takes to be an Architect?

Special meeting with Johanna Rothman: The Agile Architect

Special meeting about TRIZ – The Theory of Inventive Problem Solving

Special meeting with Prof. Rick Kazman: The Metropolis Model

Hayim Makabee on Adaptable Design Up Front

Daniel Gross on Architectural Description Languages

Special meeting with Prof. Dan Berry on Requirements Engineering

Atzmon Hen-Tov on the Adaptive Object Model

Lior Israel on TDD as an Approach for Software Design

Dror Helper on TDD as an Approach for Software Design

Hayim Makabee on the Role of the Software Architect

Hayim Makabee on Software Quality Attributes

Dr. Amir Tomer on Extracting Quality Scenarios from Functional Scenarios

Tomer Peretz on Ensuring Software Alignment

Lior Bar-On on the Five Expertise Areas of an Architect

Keynote speaker: Joseph Yoder on “Taming Big Balls of Mud”

Dani Mannes on Agile Software Architecture

Workshop: Philippe Kruchten on “Managing Technical Debt”

Hayim Makabee on Antifragile Software Design

Vladik Khononov on Introduction to Event Sourcing

Tom Mueck on Resource Adaptive Software Systems

To be informed about our future meetings, please join our group at LinkedIn.

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