Starting this year, an exciting Software Development Conference, is planned in the heart of the Mediterranean, October 3-4, 2013. The event features two full conference days with multiple tracks, providing a community for learning, networking and tracking innovation in software development.
We believe that “Knowledge Empowers You” and MEDIT Symposium conference gives the opportunity to affordably attend up to thirty sessions on topics such as, Cloud Computing, Open Source and Mobile Development, which all developers and professionals in the software community are passionate about, while meeting like minded individuals and Speakers from across the industry.
The venue is is in the Castle of Milazzo, Sicily, which is not an ordinary venue, and has been selected for location, culture and food.
Sicily, the island of Archimedes of Syracuse, considered one of the leading scientists in classical antiquity, Castle of Milazzo that gives a blast from the past combined with the view of the splendor of the Aeolian Islands (UNESCO) and the local community that has an ancient and wise culinary tradition.
These are some of the ingredients that make the MEDIT, a unique conference of its kind, that gives to our Speakers and Attendees the perfect location and mind set to present, discuss and share.
The hospitality starts from the moment you land on the island where you will be greeted by members of MEDIT team upon arrival at the international airport of Catania to accompany you to the city, passing under the slopes of Etna, the tallest active volcano in Europe and land of Cyclopes, admiring Taormina, Strait of Messina and arriving at the final destination, the cape of Milazzo.
This guide will introduce you to the world of Software Architecture!
This 162 page guide will cover topics within the field of software architecture including: software architecture as a solution balancing the concerns of different stakeholders, quality assurance, methods to describe and evaluate architectures, the influence of architecture on reuse, and the life cycle of a system and its architecture. This guide concludes with a comparison between the professions of software architect and software engineer.