The Linda M. Northrop Software Architecture Award is given to an individual or team that has used software architecture to significantly improve practices, outcomes, or both in an organization or in the software-development community. The award recipient gives a presentation at the SATURN Conference. See Past Recipients.
The award is named for Linda M. Northrop, who led the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) program that was instrumental in the creation and development of the field of software architecture.
SEI software architecture methods are in wide use today throughout the world, documented in a series of highly acclaimed books and disseminated by means of a software architecture curriculum and certificate programs. To date, more than 17,000 people from more than 1,400 organizations have attended courses in the SEI Software Architecture Curriculum, and more than 2,200 people have earned software-architecture-related certificates from the SEI.
Success Through Architecture
Significant, influential use of architecture as a critical factor in the successful launch of a product or system
December 12, 2018
Call for Nominations opens