Why Attend SATURN 2011?
By attending SATURN 2011, you will enjoy a robust program that includes technical sessions and tutorials as well as courses and networking opportunities with software and systems professionals from around the world.
A Wide Selection of Tutorials
Eight tutorials will be held on Tuesday, May 17 and Friday, May 20 covering a variety of engaging subjects such as agile, architectural knowledge management, acquisition, managing technical debt, and cloud computing.
A Top-Notch Technical Program
The SATURN 2011 technical program features seven different tracks and more than 30 sessions on the most popular topics in software and systems architecture. The technical program also includes
- A plenary session with Joe Yoder, which will explore the “Big Ball of Mud” architecture, how it can be avoided, and how we can make systems better
- Talks by Rebecca Wirfs-Brock of Wirfs-Brock Associates and John Favaro of IEEE Software discussing agile adoption and managing architecture for value.
- Three keynote presenters who will share their wealth of experience and practical application in software and systems engineering.
Professional Development Opportunities
The SEI will offer two courses immediately before the SATURN 2011 Conference. The two-day courses, Software Architecture: Principles and Practices and Advanced Topics in Service-Oriented Architecture, will be held on Monday, May 16 and Tuesday, May 17. Register before you arrive and take advantage of this opportunity to enhance your career. Plus, you will save on course registration fees with special conference pricing and on travel costs by combining training with your conference attendance. Visit the SATURN 2011 website to view the course overview and to register.
The attendee receptions, meals, and morning and afternoon breaks offer plenty of opportunities to connect and share ideas with new contacts as well as familiar faces.
The SATURN 2011 preliminary conference program is now available on the SATURN 2011 website. The program page includes a preview of the daily conference activities and the topics that make up the robust technical program.