November 2013 Architecture Forum

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Martin Cronjé will be speaking on 'How much Architecture do we need and when do we need it?'

Not all organisations and projects are the same and one cannot simply apply a one-size-fits all approach to architecture artefacts. This session will cover how principles like Just-barely-good-enough, Just-in-time and Last responsible moment apply Enterprise and Solutions Architecture.

 

Martin Cronjé is a software engineering coach and consultant with more than 15 years experience.In recent years he has spent most of his time mentoring and coaching software teams to improve their delivery efficiency, quality or overall excellence. He has also consulted to- and coached numerous development managers, CIO's en CEO's in companies with a heavy reliance on software systems.

Martin has worked mostly on enterprise projects where he focussed his efforts on high volume mission critical solutions in the Financial Services and Government sectors on projects that directly affected the South African Economy and Democracy. He has an immense passion for software engineering and focuses his energy on the delivery of fit for purpose solutions whilst spending every effort to teach and empower those around him.

Martin Cronjé will be speaking on 'How much Architecture do we need and when do we need it?'

Not all organisations and projects are the same and one cannot simply apply a one-size-fits all approach to architecture artefacts. This session will cover how principles like Just-barely-good-enough, Just-in-time and Last responsible moment apply Enterprise and Solutions Architecture.

 

Martin Cronjé is a software engineering coach and consultant with more than 15 years experience.In recent years he has spent most of his time mentoring and coaching software teams to improve their delivery efficiency, quality or overall excellence. He has also consulted to- and coached numerous development managers, CIO's en CEO's in companies with a heavy reliance on software systems.

Martin has worked mostly on enterprise projects where he focussed his efforts on high volume mission critical solutions in the Financial Services and Government sectors on projects that directly affected the South African Economy and Democracy. He has an immense passion for software engineering and focuses his energy on the delivery of fit for purpose solutions whilst spending every effort to teach and empower those around him.

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Free
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Tech in Braam
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Date: 
Monday, November 18, 2013 - 18:30 to 20:30