posted on Tuesday, April 08, 2008 8:03 PM
Speaking At Tallahassee, Fl. Arch SIG April 24, 2008
The Tallahassee Arch SIG has changed their meeting date this month because of some minor confusion(probably my fault). It seems they had me scheduled to speak April 17, 2008 however that did not fly with my schedule because I will be in Redmond that week for the MVP Summit. So to prove how great those guys are, they decided to change their meeting date to accommodate my short-comings.
April 24, 2008 I will be speaking on how to make projects successful, with a presentation titled, "Requirements To Architecture In 60 Minutes". This presentation was a huge success at Jacksonville's Arch SIG, so I figured I would share it with Tally. Please come by and check out the presentation if you are in the Tallahassee, Fl. area that day. You can register here. Here is a description of what I will be speaking on...
What are the steps for successfully architecting a solution? What makes software projects successful? Have you heard these questions before? In 60 minutes, I can show and tell you what makes software projects successful from gathering requirements to providing a stable architecture! This presentation will give you a better idea as to the processes that should be followed and artifacts that should be produced to be make a project 360 degrees successful.