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An Architecture Journey

May 2007 Presentation
Jeromy Carriere

In this SATURN 2007 keynote presentation, Jeromy Carrière discusses how several varied experiences – from telecommunications, academia, dot com, etc. – have shaped the field of software architecture.

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Software Engineering Institute

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SATURN 2007 keynote by Jeromy Carrière

This talk is a retrospective, journaling experiences practicing architecture in environments as varied as telecommunications, academia, dot com and post-dot com era startups, a large (very!) independent software vendor and enterprises in media and financial services. Each environment provided many lessons that served to shape and guide the approaches to the discipline-the art and the science-of architecture: building on the base skills of software engineering, adding a structural modeling perspective for architecture definition, achieving an appreciation of the fundamental nature of architectural quality, and accumulating a deep respect for the human dynamics that drive organizations.