Architect's Master Class

Referred to by many as „the most influential and profound experience of my career“, the Architect's Master Class is a must for ambitious software developers, architects and project leaders.

What are the questions software architects are confronted with?

  • Which is the most important decision a software architect has to be able to take early on in the process?
  • What is the division of labour and responsibilities between the architect and the project manager?
  • Where is the hand-off point between the architect and the developers?
  • What are the necessary skills and analysis tools employed by an architect?
  • And, why is it that the role of software architects is often vague when it comes to their role and responsibility?
System Design

The Architect’s Master Class

This class answers the above questions and much more. Juval Löwy, the founder of IDesign, teaches architects how to take an active leadership role in process, design and technology.

You will learn


24.06.2024 - 28.06.2024


4150 € / 3900 CHF


Zürich, Switzerland


Five very intense days.

Juval takes a step through the looking glas and explains a classic design mistake made with most systems. He talks about designing against requirements, which always leads to disaster when changes occur.

Juval Löwy, a micro services pioneer, not only knows the business but also offers an intellectual and a hands-on approach.

Recognized by Microsoft as one of the world’s top experts and industry leaders, he participated in internal strategic design reviews for C#, WCF, and related technologies.

Juval is also known from his best-sellers he published and numerous articles on almost every aspect of modern software development such as Programming .NET Components, Programming WCF Services und Righting Software.

Juval Löwy


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