I will be speaking at the upcoming SATURN 2009 conference organized by Sofware Engineering Institute (SEI) of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). The conference starts on 4th and ends on 7th of May.
Here is a statement from their website that describes the main theme behind this year's conference:
SATURN 2009 is expanding to cover architecture ranging from enterprise to system and software architectures. To reflect this expansion, the theme of the SATURN 2009 Conference is “architecture at all scales.”'My presentation will be on Architecture Governance and Enforcement using Aspects which is based on my recent work on using Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) techniques to enforce the architecture and design policies in J2EE applications.
I have done the same presentation at ITARC Conference in Atlanta back in February and again at New England Software Symposium in Boston last month. The response and feedback from the attendees was excellent. Architecture Policy Enforcement is definitely a very promising application of Aspects and AOP in enterprise software applications.
I am looking forward to speaking at SATURN conference and meeting other architects from different backgrounds and experiences.