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Software and solutions architects face manifold and often competing challenges, such as ultimately delivering a viable design whilst also considering potential future impacts to that very design. Everything built by humans will suffer the ravages of time, however, most people aspire to provide value and legacy over the longest possible horizon. We consider some examples from nature, from Softvision customers, and from the broader landscape of modern technology to shed light on how some minor shifts in perspective can better align our work not only to the present but to the inscrutable future.

Speakers
James Hartling
Chief Architect
Cognizant Softvision
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James Hartling

Chief Architect
Cognizant Softvision


James is responsible for Client Technical Architecture, joining Cognizant Softvision through the acquisition of his company Double Prime’s in 2015. His primary responsibility is working with our customers on their global commerce platforms. James has extensive backgrounds in various fields of science and engineering, holding a B.S. in Physics from SUNY Stony Brook and a Masters in Physical Chemistry from Yale.

James's sessions:
Robustness in Software Architecture
We consider some examples from nature, from Softvision customers, and from the broader landscape of modern technology to shed light on how some minor shifts in perspective can better align our work not only to the present but to the inscrutable future.
James's sessions:
Robustness in Software Architecture
We consider some examples from nature, from Softvision customers, and from the broader landscape of modern technology to shed light on how some minor shifts in perspective can better align our work not only to the present but to the inscrutable future.
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