Software Architecture Camp - Juli 2014

iSAQB-certified and internationally recognized training for Software Architects The iSAQB certifications for Foundation Level and Advanced Level

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The Software Architecture Camp - Foundation with certification as "Certified Professional for Software Architecture - Foundation Level (CPSA-F)" offers an informed and pragmatic introduction to software architecture with a high proportion of exercises. They supervise the coaches at the camp as a team. Experience a unique workout with exciting discussions, deep insights and exceptional knowledge of two of the best software architecture experts!

The Software Architecture Camp - Advanced deepened with its individual competence modules your knowledge and skills in the areas of technology, methodology and communication. It offers certification as a "Certified Professional for Software Architecture - Advanced Level (CPSA-A)". Acquiring the Foundation level is Provided for this purpose. HOWEVER, you can therefore participate participation without prior certification Foundation for the Advanced modules.

Who should attend?

The iSAQB Certified Professional for Software Architecture program is an internationally recognized and standardized training program for software architects. The program is intended for all who work in IT projects of solution structures: priority for software architects, developers, and quality assurance, but also to system analysts who want to communicate with their developers better.

All curricula and exam questions are developed in Germany by the International Software Architecture Qualification Board (iSAQB) and published. Checks are performed by the iSAQB engaged independent certification bodies.

From: July 01, 2014 09:00
To: July 04, 2014 17:00

Holiday Inn Munich - Unterhaching, 7 Inselkammerstraße, 82008, Unterhaching, Germany


Software, Computer Science


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