[FoRK] Ever heard of the IASA (Int'l Ass'n of Sw Architects)?

Ken Meltsner meltsner
Mon Sep 12 14:57:01 PDT 2005

Sounds like yet another in a long series of software architecture
professional groups.  Haven't seen a lot of impact from any of them,
to be honest.

The Open Group recently entered into this biz, although they're
concentrating on certification and accreditation of existing programs:



If anyone is interested, I can discuss my company's (Computer
Associates) approach to creating architectures and specs for our
services engagements.  I'm one of the instructors as well as one of
the originators.  Probably best off-list to avoid boring most readers
to death.

Ken Meltsner

On 9/12/05, Rohit Khare <khare at alumni.caltech.edu> wrote:
> > The International Association of Software Architects (IASA) is a
> > non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement and sharing of
> > issues related to software architecture in the enterprise, product,
> > education and government sectors. IASA will function both as an
> > umbrella organization to chapters spread throughout the world, and
> > as a driving force for research and standards which advance the
> > understanding of software architecture. IASA's will fulfill it's
> > purpose by creating and helping to sustain city chapters in the
> > form of Software Architecture user groups and fostering the sharing
> > of ideas and information between these city groups and industry
> > thought leaders.
>  From http://www.sdforum.org/SDForum/Templates/CalendarEvent.aspx?
> CID=1727&mo=9&yr=2005 to http://www.iasarchitects.org/iasa/portal ,
> e.g.:

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