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Why Should I attend the CPSA® Advanced Training EMBEDDED (Embedded Systems)?

iSAQB Blog EMBEDDED interview with curator Ulrich Becker

The iSAQB’s multi-level CPSA scheme, short for Certified Profes­sional for Software Architecture, is a program of further education. It is aimed at IT profes­sionals who work on solution struc­tures. At Advanced Level, the second step of the CPSA program, partic­i­pants can choose between 17 modules – and one of them covers the topic of embedded…

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Why Should I attend the CPSA® Advanced Training BLOCKCHAIN (Low-Trust Consensus in Decen­tralized Applications)?

iSAQB Blog BLOCKCHAIN interview with curator Lars Hupel

The CPSA Advanced Level is the second step within the iSAQB’s multi-level CPSA program (Certified Profes­sional for Software Architecture). One of the 17 training options of the Advanced Level that partic­i­pants can choose from is the module BLOCKCHAIN – Low-Trust Consensus in Decen­tralized Appli­ca­tions. In this infor­mative interview, Lars Hupel, curator of the Advanced module…

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Why Should I attend the CPSA® Advanced Training Soft Skills for Software Archi­tects (SOFT)?

iSAQB Blog Advanced Level Training SOFT interview with curator Kim Nena Duggen

The CPSA Advanced Level is the second step within the iSAQB’s multi-level CPSA program (Certified Profes­sional for Software Architecture). Partic­i­pants can choose from 17 trainings, so-called modules, in three areas of compe­tence – techno­logical, methodical, and commu­nicative compe­tence. The most important training when it comes to commu­nicative compe­tence is the Advanced Level module SOFT (Soft…

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Attending the iSAQB® CPSA® Advanced Training in Functional Software Architecture (FUNAR) – Who Should Take The Course and Why?

iSAQB Blog FUNAR interview with curator Michael Sperber

Which audience does the module FUNAR address?  The training course is meant for all software archi­tects who are curious about approaches to software architecture that are funda­men­tally different from tradi­tional OOP-based approaches (and more effective, of course).   What is the relevance of the module for the profes­sional practice of software archi­tects? That depends: Functional…

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SAG 2021 Session Recording: “Essential Architectural Thinking”

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There is a lot of confusion regarding architectural work these days. When? How much? Who? Tons of heated debates, and nobody is asking the essential question: Why? But without asking Why, all the other questions are futile. Thus, this session at the Software Architecture Gathering 2021 by Uwe Friedrichsen will start by asking: *Why* do…

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Setup for Hybrid Workshops

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Abstract Hybrid: From Latin hybrida, a variant of hibrida. Something of mixed origin or compo­sition; often, a tool or technology that combines the benefits of formerly separate tools or technologies. (Source: Wiktionary) Hybrid workshops allow people online and on-site to collab­orate, both in education/training, or other types of meetings. Before COVID-19, workshops and trainings were…

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