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Presentation: Testability and Managing Software Architectures

IMPORTANT: As of 15:00 I'm closing RSVPs. I need to order pizza, and we're going to be tight as it is! I'm sorry if this leaves you out.

Austin Bingham will present a shortened version of a talk he gave recently at Software Architect 2013 in London. The talk is about the role of testability in the work of a software architect, and specifically about how it can be used to help ensure that other software qualities and attributes - things like performance, modularity, etc. - are properly managed. While primarily aimed at software architects, this talk should be useful and interesting for anyone involved in the development of software or software-intensive systems.

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