We’re gearing up for a webinar on a topic dear to us, so mark your calendars and join us for an informative and enthralling session!
When: October 24, 2014; 10:30 am EST (8 pm IST)
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Software developers are faced with a bewildering array of choices while developing applications; the problem is of plenty and not scarcity. Often times, development teams haven’t worked with the frameworks, tools and technologies chosen for the development. Rushing to meet development and delivery deadlines, basic development guidelines are ignored.
This sort of forms a vicious circle: in order to meet stated and unstated needs, the development goals and code quality are almost never met. While you can’t buy more time, the issues with lack of knowledge on tools, technologies and frameworks can be addressed by architecting the software well, thus living up to requirements.
We will talk about how to go about architecting the right solution for your software development need, in this 40 minutes webinar
Role of an architect in development
- Right architecting a software
- Common pitfalls of architecting
- Points of intervention of an architect
- Real-life example
Ezhil – Founder and CEO of Qruize Technologies.
He has more than 14 years of experience architecting hundreds of software applications. He is a opinion maker in the cloud computing space in India and he has been named as the 2nd most influential cloud computing blogger in the world by Ulitzer. Prior to this, he held the position of Director at CSS Labs and he holds an M. Tech from Allahabad University
Shankar. K – President & COO, Sybrant
Shankar led several multimillion dollar projects at Fortune 500 clients that include AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, SBC, FedEx, UPS, Fidelity, Meryl Lynch, American Airline, Wells Fargo, American Express, Bharti Airtel, TTSL, Kotak Bank, Axis Bank, Sun Networks, Mphasis, Sutherland, and Genpact. As Solutions Director at Microsoft, he handled $30 million of the company’s speech revenue. With a Master’s from the University of Texas, Shankar’s research has been published in IEEE papers.