May 17 - 21, 2010 | Minneapolis, MN
The call for SATURN 2010 proposals is now closed.
SATURN 2010 will be presented in collaboration with IEEE Software. We seek experience reports and discussions of architecture methods, techniques, and practices that enable organizations to continue to meet their business and customer goals in the face of persistent change. Topics of interest include but are not limited to
Presentations run from 30-60 minutes and describe lessons learned from industrial practice. Presentations should focus on the practical lessons that can be drawn from the experience and encourage interactive discussion on the presented topic, rather than offering a complete description of the system or enterprise. Your presentation proposal should be a maximum of two pages long and include a title, a 500-word abstract, three learner objectives for the audience, and brief biographies of the presenters. Selected papers will be featured in IEEE Software.
Half-day tutorials present a topic on proven experience with the goal of helping participants to expand their architecture knowledge and skills. The tutorial proposal should be two to three pages long and describe the topic and its background, the plan for conducting the tutorial, three learner objectives, and brief biographies of the presenters.
Submit a proposal for a presentation or half-day tutorial at SATURN 2010 by November 9, 2009 by doing the following:
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