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Software Architecture for Developers

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5. 9. 2017 - 6. 9. 2017 Kladno / CZ Robert Smallshire € 930 / € 1.116
(24.900 CZK / 29.880 CZK , 295.900 HUF / 355.000 HUF)
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Location: Kladno / CZ
Date: 05-06. September 2017
Price includes: Training materials, lunch, refreshment and more.
Training span: from 9:00 / to 17:00
Catalogue number: SAFD201701
7. 11. 2017 - 8. 11. 2017 Brno / CZ Robert Smallshire € 930 / € 1.116
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Location: Brno / CZ
Date: 07-08. November 2017
Price includes: Training materials, lunch, refreshment and more.
Training span: from 9:00 / to 17:00
Catalogue number: SAFD201702
7. 12. 2017 - 8. 12. 2017 Budapest / HU Robert Smallshire € 930 / € 1.116
(24.900 CZK / 29.880 CZK , 295.900 HUF / 355.000 HUF)
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Location: Budapest / HU
Date: 07-08. December 2017
Price includes: Školící materiály, oběd a občerstvení
Training span: from 9:00 / to 17:00
Catalogue number: SAFD201703
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This workshop is based on book by Simon Brown „Software Architecture for Developers“.

Designing software given a vague set of requirements and a blank sheet of paper is a good skill to have, although not many people get to do this on a daily basis. However, with agile methods encouraging collective ownership of the code, it's really important that everybody on the team understands the big picture. And in order to do this, you need to understand why you've arrived at the design that you have. In a nutshell, everybody on the team needs to be a software architect.


"Software Architecture for Developers" is a two-day training course about pragmatic software architecture, designed by software architects that code. It will show you what "just enough" up front design is, how it can be applied to your software projects and how to communicate the big picture through a collection of simple effective sketches. Aimed at software developers, it fills the gap between software development and high-level architecture that probably seems a little "enterprisey" for most developers. You'll find it useful if any of the following scenarios sound familiar:
 
  • I'm not sure what software architecture is about and how it's any different from design.
  • I don't understand why we need "software architecture".
  • My manager has told me that I'm the software architect on our new project, but I'm not sure what that actually means.
  • I want to get involved in designing software but I'm not sure what I should learn.
  • I've been given some requirements and asked to design some software, but I'm not sure where to start.
  • I need to make some major enhancements to my system, but I'm not sure where to start.
  • I've been asked to write a software architecture document but I'm not sure what to include in it.
  • I'm not sure who to talk to in my organisation about how best to integrate what we're building.
  • I understand what software architecture is all about, but I'm not sure how to tackle it on my project.
  • My project seems like a chaotic mess; everybody is doing their own thing and there's no shared vision. Help!

Join us for a mixture of presentation, discussion and deliberate practice.


How does it work?


The course is interactive; with a combination of presentation, group discussion and group working. Throughout the course you'll solidify everything you learn by defining the architecture for a small software system through a series of exercises focused around a case study.


For whom is the course?
The course is aimed at developers in software teams. But anyone can participate, who would like to get intro to the topic or broaden his existing skills.

Simon Brown – author, trainer and speaker

Simon is an independent consultant based in Jersey in the Channel Islands, and is either a software architect who codes or a software developer who understands architecture. Having successfully delivered a variety of projects on the Java and Microsoft .NET platforms, Simon now uses his experience to additionally train and coach teams in delivering better software. He is the founder of Coding the Architecture (a website for hands-on software architects) and regularly works with software teams across Europe, helping them adopt a lightweight pragmatic approach to software architecture.
 

Corporate edition

  • Possibility to extend invoice due date according to general sales conditions up to 60 days.

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