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Presentation | May 2017 - Presentation Django & Twitter Bootstrap in the Workplace: Build 'em Fast ... By Eliezer Kanal

In this talk, I'll discuss how I used the Django web framework, in conjunction with Twitter Bootstrap, to quickly build complex business applications.

Collection | May 2017 - Collection SATURN 2017 Presentations

Presentations from the program of SATURN 2017 (May 1-4, 2017, in Denver, Colorado)

Nominations Open for Linda M. Northrop Software ...

Honor recognizes the use of software architecture to improve organizational practices or software development.

Collection | May 2016 - Collection SATURN 2016 Presentations

Presentations from the program of SATURN 2016 (May 2-5, 2016, in San Diego, California)

Poster | May 2016 - Poster Artist Rendering of Keynote: Architecture and the Evolution of ... By Joseph Salvo (GE Global Research)

This is an artistic rendering of the keynote talk

Presentation | May 2016 - Presentation Reflections on Software Architecture By Linda M. Northrop

This talk shares a perspective on the history of software architecture, challenges and trends influencing the need for change, and applicable research and practices.

Presentation | April 2015 - Presentation When and Where to Apply the Family of Architecture-Centric ... By Timothy Morrow, Michael J. Gagliardi, William G. Wood

This talk covers the family of architecture-centric methods that we have developed and used with DoD and commercial customers to clarify requirements and identify risks.

Collection | April 2015 - Collection SATURN 2015 Presentations

Presentations from the program of SATURN 2015 (April 27-30, 2015, in Baltimore, Maryland)

Presentation | April 2015 - Presentation Locating the Architectural Roots of Technical Debt By Rick Kazman (University of Hawaii), Yuanfang Cai (Drexel University), Serhiy Haziyev (SoftServe - Inc.), Volodymyr Fedak (Softserve - Inc.)

This talk presents a case study of identifying architecture debts in a large-scale industrial software project by modeling software architecture as design rule spaces.

Presentation | April 2015 - Presentation The Architectural Analysis for Security (AAFS) Method By Jungwoo Ryoo (Pennsylvania State University), Rick Kazman (University of Hawaii)

This talk proposes several ways to evaluate the security readiness of an architecture: vulnerability-, tactics-, and pattern-based architectural analysis techniques.