Software Architect 2008

This article was originally published in VSJ, which is now part of Developer Fusion.
Following its successful launch in 2007, Bearpark’s Software Architect conference returns to the Barbican Centre on Tuesday 3rd June with an expanded programme of workshops and breakout sessions.

Topics to be covered include Patterns, ASP.NET MVC architecture, SOA, AJAX, Agile methodology, Aspect Oriented Programming, model-driven design, dynamic languages, domain specific languages, and everything to do with being or becoming a software architect. The event starts with a choice of no less than six all-day pre-conference workshops, followed by two days of conference sessions running across five concurrent tracks. You can attend for as little as one day (a pre-conference workshop), for the main two-day conference, or for all three days – whichever option you select, you can mix and match which sessions you attend across all of the tracks. Many of the most popular speakers from Software Architect 2007 will be appearing again this year, including Kevlin Henney, Neal Ford, Dave Wheeler, Kevin Jones, Ralf Westphal, Steven Kelly and Dino Esposito, alongside a number of new faces.

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