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    Slade Stewart Guest

    WWISA - THE INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECT'S GROUP


    Hi All members of this forum,
    I came across this site recently, and am very excited to find so many people
    with an interest and belief in the emerging professional discipline of software
    architecture.

    I am a member of a group called WWISA - the WorldWide Institute of Software
    Architects. This is an international group with chapters in countries around
    the world and thousands of members.

    The web site is www.wwisa.org

    The founding members are people like Grady Booch, Thomas Mowbray, and Terry
    Winograd (most of you are probably familiar with these people, especially
    Grady Booch; if not, I would recommend you do a search on them to discover
    for yourself how important these people are to the world of software development).

    This group is an excellent way to gather with others in this emerging field,
    network, learn, and generally just actively participate in the coming software
    architecture revolution. And I am only a member, not any sort of officer
    or anyone involved with recruitment, etc. I speak so highly of the group
    because I am very impressed with it.

    Do yourself a favor: Browse the web site above, and also feel free to contact
    me at sladestewart@hotmail.com; I would love to discuss this further with
    some of you, and hope to find new members among you.

    Thanks.
    -Slade

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    Gabriel Guest

    Re: WWISA - THE INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECT'S GROUP


    Hi Slade.

    I think this world need people like you; many others developpers are sure
    that to develop good software for a real world an architecture is needed.
    I'm a software developper for a Factory Sofware (www.bursatec.com) and
    the company is going toward RUP, that's great!. I only desing in UML some
    pices of a Client/Server system, but I want to be a real Software Architec.
    Now, I need to go to www.wwisa.org.

    Regards.


    "Slade Stewart" <sladestewart@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >Hi All members of this forum,
    >I came across this site recently, and am very excited to find so many people
    >with an interest and belief in the emerging professional discipline of software
    >architecture.
    >
    >I am a member of a group called WWISA - the WorldWide Institute of Software
    >Architects. This is an international group with chapters in countries around
    >the world and thousands of members.
    >
    >The web site is www.wwisa.org
    >
    >The founding members are people like Grady Booch, Thomas Mowbray, and Terry
    >Winograd (most of you are probably familiar with these people, especially
    >Grady Booch; if not, I would recommend you do a search on them to discover
    >for yourself how important these people are to the world of software development).
    >
    >This group is an excellent way to gather with others in this emerging field,
    >network, learn, and generally just actively participate in the coming software
    >architecture revolution. And I am only a member, not any sort of officer
    >or anyone involved with recruitment, etc. I speak so highly of the group
    >because I am very impressed with it.
    >
    >Do yourself a favor: Browse the web site above, and also feel free to contact
    >me at sladestewart@hotmail.com; I would love to discuss this further with
    >some of you, and hope to find new members among you.
    >
    >Thanks.
    >-Slade



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