SATURN 2013 covers many topics in a variety of areas relevant to software architecture and delivering quality systems; but there might be one topic that you are passionate about that is missing. Or SATURN coverage of a topic may not be as deep as you would like, and you may want to share and learn more. This year, SATURN will provide the opportunity for you to explore topics of your choice at the Open Space on Wednesday May 2, 4:15-5:15 PM.
We expect that the SATURN program will motivate you to share experiences and learn from others during Open Space, where the topic of the hour will be determined by the participants. It might be a recurring problem, an innovative solution, or any topic of general interest to software architects. We will provide a whiteboard near the registration desk where you can sign up to lead a discussion on a topic of your choice at a table, or you can choose to join a discussion led by someone else on a topic that interests you.
The ground rules are simple:
- Whoever shows up is the right group.
- Whatever happens is the only thing that could have.
- Whenever it starts is the right time.
- When it’s over, it’s over.
Ipek Ozkaya, SEI
SATURN Open Space session facilitator