SATURN Conference 2005

The first Software Architecture Technology User Network Workshop (SATURN 2005) was held April 6-7, 2005 at the Software Engineering Institute in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It attracted 48 persons from 24 organizations. Keynote speakers included:

  • Nanette Brown, Director of applied architecture and quality assurance   at Pitney Bowes,
  • Stefan Ferber, Director of the Bosch SEPG at Robert Bosch GmbH, and  
  • Paul Nielsen, Director and CEO of the SEI.

In addition to the three keynotes, there were presentations from nine participants. Three working sessions focused on: gaps in the methods, what to measure, and the relationship of architecture and process.

In the closing session, participants noted the following high points of the meeting:

  • Peer collaboration,
  • Shared understanding,
  • Case studies,
  • Metrics from the Bosch keynote and the breakout group on what to   measure,
  • What is new in software architecture,
  • SEI MTS presence,
  • Acquisition support available for software architecture,
  • Software architecture technology has reached the "early   majority."

More details about SATURN 2005 are available:

ATAM Experiences
Product Line Engineering for Global Development (SATURN 2005)
Are All Quality Goals Created Equal? (SATURN 2005)
Closing Session Notes (SATURN 2005)
Working Session Notes (SATURN 2005)
An Experience Report on Using UML 2.0 to Document Software Architectures (SATURN 2005)
Architecture Design Expert (SATURN 2005)
Architecture Reviews @ Bosch (SATURN 2005)
Making the Role Your Own (SATURN 2005)
Quality-Attribute-Driven Software Architecture Reconstruction (SATURN 2005)
The ABACUS Architectural Approach to Computer-Based System and Enterprise Evolution (SATURN 2005)
Integrating Software Architecture Evaluation in a DoD System Acquisition

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