Philippe Kruchten to Deliver Invited Talk at SATURN 2013

Philippe Kruchten will deliver an invited talk at the SATURN 2013 software architecture conference, which will be held at the Marriott City Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota April 29 through May 3, 2013.

Philippe Kruchten

Philippe Kruchten has been a software architect for 35 years, first at Alcatel and then at Rational Software (now IBM), working mostly on large technical systems in telecommunication, aerospace, defense, and transportation. In 2004 he became a professor of software engineering at the University of British Columbia, in Vancouver, where he teaches software project management and entrepreneurship and conducts research on software processes—what does it really mean to be agile?—and on software architecture, including architecture knowledge management, technical debt, and complexity. He is the founder of Agile Vancouver, a senior member of the IEEE Computer Society, and a professional engineer in Canada. He has given presentations and tutorials all over the world, including Agile Conferences, Scrum Gatherings, the Java and Object Orientation Conference, and the International Conference on Software Engineering. See more at http://philippe.kruchten.com.

His SATURN talk will be titled Games Architects Play: On Reasoning Fallacies, Cognitive Biases, and Politics. Understanding these games and their underlying mechanisms may lead to mitigating their effects.

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