Speaking At Matrix Resources' Free Seminar Series, June 25, 2009

Matrix Resources has chosen Jacksonville, Florida to host one of their seminars, and I have the honor of speaking at it June 25, 2009 at the Sheraton Jacksonville Hotel. I will be presenting a two hour session titled, "Requirements to Architecture". Everyone knows that sometimes successful application development projects can be a 'black art' and that millions of dollars are wasted every year because of project failure. This can happen for a variety of reasons, for example project management, lack of requirements, poor architecture and/or bad technology recommendations. Studying these examples, it is fair to say that communication is probably the biggest issue between client and a development team but they can also be categorized further by project management and IT engineering too. My focus will be more on the engineering side, however it does not mean that if the patterns and practices recommended are followed to the 'T' that there is a guarantee, because you still have other factors that come into play like project management or maybe a project being extended or need for maintenance has a lack of initial analysis and design artifacts. Finally, I will go into some patterns and practices which need to take place when considering what technologies and architecture to use.

So with a free event and wealth of information it is hard to pass up. Make sure to bring your questions and experiences so others can learn how to stop loosing and instead start making money while building successful and stable IT solutions. Register here!

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Posted on: 6/8/2009 at 1:31 AM
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