The Dutch IASA chapter is having their inaugural event in Amersfoort, Netherlands, January 27, 2011, hosted at Sogeti from 4pm-8pm. They will be welcoming active participation across the entire IT architecture profession. For more information on this chapter or for the inaugural event, please visit the Dutch chapter page on www.Iasaglobal.org
16:00 What is IASA and what does Architecture certification bring? (Dennis)
17:00 Dinner / Networking
18:00 Martin van den Berg (Enterprise Architecture) vs Robert Deckers (Solution Architecture) – Panel Discussion - moderator Clemens Reijen
19:15 IASA Curriculum and Architecture Training (Angelo Hulshoff, Dylan van Iersel)
20:00 Discussion | Networking
Sogeti – Amersfoort
3821 BB Amersfoort
Austin, TX, December, 2010—IASA the world’s largest IT Architecture professional association announces a new chapter and new beginnings in Netherlands Amsterdam.
The vision for the Netherlands chapter is to create a distinguished association for all IT architects and position IASA as the global leader in IT architecture certification, education and community in the Netherlands. The chapter will also focus on thought leadership, collaboration and a member community that can grow and learn from one another.
Heading up the Dutch IASA chapter is Dennis Mulder. Dennis is one of the founders of the Netherlands chapter and serves as the president. “The main reason for me to set up the Dutch Iasa chapter is to get in touch with other solution architects in the industry to learn and share information. I also have an aspiration to become IASA CITA-P certified in 2011.”
Dennis works at Microsoft providing advice on the Microsoft Application Platform to large Dutch enterprises. His main interests and background are solution architecture, cloud computing, service oriented architecture (SOA), integration and web solutions. Dennis is co-author of Pro WCF (Apress 2007).
Clemens Reijnen is chapter vice president. He is a management consultant at Sogeti, specializes in Application Lifecycle Management and is a professional scrum development trainer. His experience encompasses a deep knowledge and experience in software development. You can catch Clemens on his technical blog at www.clemensreijnen.nl. Clemens also co-authored the book, Collaboration in the Cloud: How Cross-Boundary Is Transforming Business.
Dylan van Iersel is chapter secretary and treasurer. Dylan is an independent software architect as well as an experienced scrum master and product owner. Dylan has worked for a variety of companies such as KPN, Rotterdam Port Authority/Port Infolink, KLM, and Wolter-Kluwers. He specializes in scalable systems architecture, agile software development and the application of lean thinking to the architecture profession. “I look to IASA for global standardization and certification of the IT architecture body of knowledge (ITABoK) and skills in a vendor agnostic manner. I am happy to support this effort in the Dutch region.”
Angelo Hulshut is BoE operations committee member. Angelo operates his own company, Delphino Consultancy where he is an independent software architect, trainer and coach. Angelo has worked as software and systems architect for Philips, Nucletron, Krones AG, BMW, ING and most recently ASML. Next to practicing software architecture, he teaches systems architecture and software design at the Stan Ackermans Institute, Eindhoven Technical University. Angelo also holds a membership at the Programme Committee of Yearly Code Generation Conference, and is co-organizer of the Language Workbench Competition.
“Iasa is thrilled to have such a vibrant leadership team in such an exciting and growing market as the Netherlands”, said Damaris Bode, IASA Global Chapter Director. She continued,” The team has done an amazing job putting together a plan for IT architects in the Netherlands. 2011 is going to be a great year for them.”
The Iasa Dutch chapter is having their inaugural event in Amersfort, Netherlands, January 27, 2011, hosted at Sogeti from 4pm-8pm. They will be welcoming active participation across the entire IT architecture profession. For more information on this chapter or for the inaugural event, please visit the Dutch chapter page on www. Iasaglobal.org
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