The business expects you to build a system that satisfies its needs.
Do you think the requirements are accurate or complete?
Of course not.
Still, you have to build that system and it should be extensible and maintainable.
How do you create a valid system design? How many components do you need? How should those components interact with each other?
How do you form an effective team? How does agile fit into all of this?
Are you prepared for future technology trends?
Juval teaches you all of this and much more in the Architect's Master Class.
Listen to Juval's interview about system design.
Project Design Master Class
The business wants its software solution yesterday.
You have to tell them how you are going to build it, how long it takes, and how much it costs.
What plan do you present to them?
Do you think they will trust your plan?
Do you even trust your plan?
A trustworthy plan has to be designed against the unique constraints of every project.
How are you going to build a given system design?
What team do you need? Is the team mature enough to execute the project?
Is the project actually feasible given all constraints?
How risky is your project?
Let someone who already attended the class describe what Juval teaches you.
– Brennan Mann, Software Architect, Plasma Web Services
During the five day course, we learned about estimation techniques, quantifying risk, project staffing, planning and the math behind the mechanics of project design. It was an amazing five days with the IDesign team. We were given the secret ingredients to the project design sauce. After taking the AMC and PDMC, my company is now equipped with the tools to provide our clients with successful project delivery and software design. The IDesign Team and Juval Lowy are simply awesome!
IDesign’s Architect’s class is far and away the best training class I have ever taken. It transcends technological trends and gives you practical knowledge that will be useful for almost any platform and for the rest of your career. Easily the best thing I've spent my money on in quite a while.