October 12 – 14, 2009
New York , New York
The IT Architect Regional Conference 2009 (ITARC) is the premier IT architect educational event of the year. Co-sponsored by the International Association of Software Architects (IASA) and the IASA New York chapter, this conference will take place October 12-14, 2009 to provide high-level, professional education and training for the fast-growing and ever-changing IT architecture community.
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Call for Presentations
Don’t miss this opportunity to share your IT architecture best practices with your peers in the profession by submitting presentation proposals. Take advantage of this opportunity to join an elite group of presenters, thought leaders, and prestigious IT architects from a wide array of industries.
Your ITARC presentation should focus on a body of work relevant to the IT Architecture function, and must be appropriate for one of the following categories: Enterprise Architecture; Infrastructure Architecture; Software Architecture; and Fundamentals Architecture.
Your application will be reviewed by a designated committee on the chapter level. Criteria will include technical relevance of session abstract and quality, usefulness of topic, discussion of business benefits, and ROI.
All presentations must be written and presented in English. Sessions are 1 hour and 15 minutes in length.
Deadlines and Contact Information
Simply complete this form provided below in its entirety and respond to all questions. Then e-mail or fax your proposal to IASA Headquarters in Austin, TX. You will receive an e-mail confirmation of our receipt of your proposal.
Proposals must be received online by 5:00 pm EST, May 30, 2009.
For further information, please call us at 866-399-IASA or e-mail Chapters@iasahome.org.
12405 Alameda Trace Cir , #1512
Austin, TX 78757
Toll Free: +1.866.399.IASA
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What you can expect from the ITARC:
- A strong regional focus. Receive case studies, best practices and individual training from senior architects in your region
- Internationally acclaimed Keynote speakers
- Affordable enough for your entire team to attend without sacrificing quality
- Proceeds from the event will be used to support the local IASA chapter through new services and programs
- Relevant topics for IT architects of all types and all levels
- Network with other practicing architects from the region.
12 – 14 October 2009 | New York