Mitch Ruebush is starting a new User Group for Software Architects – The Philadelphia Chapter of IASA.  This is a great opportunity to learn and share with other Software Architects.  Everyone is welcome, so check it out. 

Here’s the text from an email he sent me:


You are invited to IASA – Philadelphia’s first meeting on February 6th,
2008 at the Microsoft Malvern office. We have set up an official IASA
Web site at http://www.iasahome.org/web/Philadelphia/home to provide
more information on IASA and the Philly chapter. Please use this site to
keep up with the Philadelphia IASA community.



Agenda:
Refreshments & Network
Introductions
What do you want from an architecture professional group?
How do you want to help?


Topic:
What is Architecture?
Join us for a moderated discussion on the practicalities of what IT
architecture is. We will discuss what is the meaning of IT architecture,
roles and responsibilities, approaches to IT architecture, common
architecture processes and artifacts and what should be in the
architecture toolkit.


Moderator:
Mitch Ruebush is the Architecture Team Leader at ING DIRECT, fsb. He is
responsible for defining and coordinating the architecture for the
applications and infrastructure at ING DIRECT. He has written a number
of books and articles on .Net and enjoys spending his time as a father
of two great kids, a hobbyist film maker, playing piano and saxophone
and trying to write a video game.
Date: Feb. 6th, 2008
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm


Location:
Microsoft
Great Valley Corporate Center
45 Liberty Blvd., Suite 210
Malvern, PA 19355



IASA (International Association of Software Architects) is the premier
association focused on the IT architecture profession through education,
advocacy, events, and the development of best practices.

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