Agile Software ArchitecturesiSAQB CPSA Advanced Level module AGILA
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-100 € Early booking discount
Up to six weeks before the start of the training.
-100 € Group discount
From two participants from one company.
-200 € Combination discount
Up to six weeks before start & from two participants from one company.
Credit points for CPSA-A certification
The advanced training program deepens your knowledge in the competence areas of methodology, technology and communication. In various modules you can collect the 70 credit points required for the Certified Professional for Software Architecture – Advanced Level (CPSA-A®) examination. Certification at Advanced Level requires prior completion of the Foundation Level. Even for software architects who do not strive for certification, all Advanced Level modules are of great value for daily work.
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Agility and software architecture:
Opposites that attract and go hand in hand.
At first glance you might think that agility and architecture work are mutually contradictory. Agile development methods are aimed at making the software flexible and adaptable, whereas the architecture is intended to provide the software with a long-term, solid structure. If, however, one combines these two development methods, the result is a win-win situation for all involved parties: Agile software architecture.
Working effectively in agile teams and projects with Scrum and Lean.
This iSAQB-certified software architecture training module provides the participants with the tools and innovative skills necessary for designing and further developing software systems and architectures using agile development methods. In terms of the objective, the trainers assume different perspectives: On the one hand it’s a case of applying the concept of agile software development to architecture work. On the other hand, it’s a case of expediently embedding architectural practices in agile methods. Central topics of the training module are the agile procedure models Scrum and Lean. With the aid of several realistic examples of agile architecture work, the participants learn that agility and architecture work don’t have to hinder each other, and that with goal orientation and active teamwork they can excellently complement each other.
- Basics of agile software architecture
- Agile architecture approach
- Architecture requirements in agile projects
- Designing and developing architectures in a team
- Reflection and feedback on architectural work in an agile context
- Examples of agile architecture work
In the iSAQB curriculum you will find the training content, the structure and the learning objectives.
Live online training
Matthias Bohlen is a coach for product development, IT consultant, lean/kanban expert and software architect. He has been a member of iSAQB since 2012 and is committed to the qualification of software architects. In addition, he regularly lectures at conferences and writes for trade journals. Matthias Bohlen has a unique way of explaining complicated things in a simple way and making them realizable in small steps. With his help, teams can write good software, release it at the right time and have fun doing so.
For more than 15 years Sönke Schwenk has been supporting teams and software projects in industry and trade in the design and implementation of software architectures and therefore knows: software architecture must fit like a good pair of shoes. His heart beats clearly for agility, clean code and software craftsmanship. Over the years, he has worked on projects such as merchandise management systems, test systems and software for medical devices. His current focus: Renovation of software systems and practical, agile living of software architecture in teams.
Heike Molin has a degree in computer science and has already gained more than 20 years of professional experience as a project manager, IT management consultant, executive, moderator and trainer. She focuses on soft skills training to strengthen social and personal skills, and agile training. There she passes on to training participants her know-how about an agile mindset, scrum, kanban, design thinking and agile leadership.
As a software architect, coach and trainer, Mahbouba Gharbi has been advising major clients on the planning and implementation of demanding IT projects for over 20 years. She deals with the conception and implementation of medium to large software systems. In addition to her work as managing director and chief architect of ITech Progress, she is co-founder and chairwoman of the board of iSAQB e.V. and actively participates in designing curricula and exams.
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