The sold-out premiere of The Architecture Gathering (TAG), taking place on 21-22 October in Munich, was a major success!!
On both days, sessions, split between two tracks, dealt with topics such as architecture and agility, microservices, event sourcing, continuous delivery, metrics and tools to support architecture work as well as many other current approaches.
Close to 200 attendees at TAG 2015 were thrilled by the combination of innovative formats such as panels, open spaces and live architecture kata with interactive presentations.
Many experts and iSAQB members including Gerrit Beine, Matthias Bohlen, Uwe Friedrichsen, Carola Lilienthal, Frank Pientka, Gernot Starke, Stefan Toth, Eberhard Wolff and Stefan Zörner contributed to making The Architecture Gathering (TAG) a complete success.
The two keynote speeches were “Software architecture as a code” by Simon Brown and “Desperate? No thanks! Long-term software modernisation” by Gernot Starke.
iSAQB had its own stand at TAG and was delighted with the positive feedback received from conference delegates, who gained a lot of take-aways to implement in their daily work. Some visitors to the stand also seized the opportunity of getting to know iSAQB and active members personally in order to access information on the CPSA-F/-A curriculum and its various modules.
We look forward to TAG 2016!!