London May 2014

 On May 16th 2014, close to 100 EA users gathered at the Sir Bernard Miller Centre, the purpose built conference centre of the John Lewis Partnership near Maidenhead, London.

We had a great day of inspiration and challenge from experts in various industries, as well as the opportunity to help find problems to particular issues through workshop topics proposed by attendees on the day.

PROGRAMME 

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9:00 Registration, Coffee
9:30 Welcome - Knut Paulsen

  Keynote: Sander Hoogendoorn
Pragmatic agile model driven development using smart use cases
Kingfisher
10:15 Refreshments
  Track 1: Customer Experiences

Track 2: Using EA / EA Techniques

Track 3: Extending EA

10:30 Heather Wallace
The power of stereotypes
Ian Mitchell
Models to shout about
Pablo Oliveira Antonino
Managing artifacts traceability
in agile development
11:30 Chris Moran
Richard Johnston
Succeeding with Services
Gillian Adens
Model Your Enterprise Architecture
with ArchiMate and
Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect
Adrian Lincoln
Re-presenting elements of EA to
improve access and productivity
12:15  
Lunch
13:00

Sponsored presentation: Visure
Paul Hewitt

Bridging the gap between EA Model Driven System Development and Requirements Management

13:30 Jon Mitchell
Current project for the
Environment Agency
Phil Chudley
EA Version 11 Cloud Services,
OSLC and RAS
Daniel Siegl
Make EA your tool using offerings from
the Marketplace - An overview
14:30 Bert Dingemans
Enterprise Architect for an Enterprise Architecture
Guillaume Finance and Howard Burgess
Alternatives available to set up a shared EA
repository to work in a collaborative environment

Speed dating

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15:15 Refreshments
15:30

Workshops
Vote for your favourite workshop topic

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16:30 Wrap-up
16.45

Finish

SPEAKERS

VENUE

Sir Bernard Miller Conference Centre

Odney Lane, Cookham 

Nr Maidenhead, London SL6 9SR 

Map and directions

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Next Event

October 5th & 6th - Brussels.

 

Thursday 5th October: an EA training day, with a small number of in-depth sessions led by approved EA training partners. 

 

Friday 6th October: a ‘traditional’ EAUG event day - presentations, case studies and user stories.

 

 

See the NEXT EVENT page -  

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 EARLY BIRD discounted ticket offer.

 

Future Events

Future EAUG Events being planned include:

One day events are being planned for Poland and Italy.

More information will be added as soon as we can confirm the details.  

 

 

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