TorontoNet User Group Evaluating Architectures with Dependency Matrices
Evaluating Architectures with Dependency Matrices
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Wednesday, April 17, 2013
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
333 Bay Street, Suite 4600, Toronto, ON (map)
Software is complex, and the architecture of those systems often is intangible. Dependency matrices are a way of making architecture very concrete. This talk will show how to use NDepend’s Dependency Matrix to improve the structure of our applications.
Michael Stiefel, principal of Reliable Software, Inc. is a consultant on software architecture and development, and the alignment of information technology with business goals. He was a member of the OASIS Technical Committee that developed the SOA Reference Model. He was a Lecturer in the Aeronautics and Astronautics Department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where his research and teaching focus was understanding how people build mental models in order to solve problems. As Adjunct faculty, Stiefel has taught graduate and undergraduate software engineering courses at Northeastern University and Framingham State University. Michael Stiefel's education is from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with a Interdisciplinary Ph.D degree in Nuclear Engineering, Political Science, and History of Technology; M.S. in Nuclear Engineering; and B.S. in Electrical Engineering. He is an active member of the IEEE Consultants Network.
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