Topic: Architecting a .Net based enterprise software system
Description: System and Software architecture is an essential artifact that gets created at the early phase of a project life-cycle but has maximum influence or impact for the rest of the phases. So it is better to get it right in first place to execute your project successfully, no matter how big or small is your project. Also software industry is getting matured quickly in standardizing architecture and design process like other engineering field. In this presentation, I will discuss standardized principles, guidelines and techniques about architecture and design process of a typical enterprise level .NET system. This methods and techniques are completely based on practical experience and work done by world’s top architecture related organizations/institutions. Even though the methods and techniques are customized for typical .NET based enterprise level applications/systems, you can apply them in any other technologies too.
Speaker’s Bio: Joy is a Senior System Architect, 14+ yrs of Software Architecture, design and development experience, 8+ yrs of .NET and C# design/development experience, 3+ yrs of work experience in ASP .NET web application scaling and performance improvement, with a special interest in distributed and parallel computing. He is a certified Software System Architect from SEI (Carnegie Mellon) and certified TOGAF Enterprise Architect (Opengroup.org). He is associated with many architecture related organizations specialized in Software System architecture.