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Tuesday, 16 June 2015 20:01

Call for Speakers EA User Group France 2015

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Call for Speakers

EAUG, France (Paris), 17th September 2015

Presentation opportunities are available for you to come and share your EA user story with the rest of the EA community at the first French Enterprise Architect User Group event in Paris, France on September 17th 2015.

We are interested in just about everything you do with Enterprise Architect, from the organisation of your model to enhancements you have made using MDG or the automation API, or even just a project with which you are especially happy. That said, we are not just after the sunshine stories and would be interested in hearing about any experiences learned the hard way. Presentations of an obvious or purely commercial nature will not be accepted.
Some example topics are:

  • Enterprise architecture (TOGAF, Archimate, DoDAF, UPDM)
  • Business Architecture, Capability Mapping, Process Modelling
  • Systems Engineering
  • Business Analysis, Requirements Management
  • Data modelling
  • Code generation, MDA
  • EA add’ins/automation, scripting
  • Document generation
  • Simulation
  • Tool adoption/deployment
  • MDG Technologies/UML profiles
  • Model collaboration and management
  • Test management

Do you have a story to tell? If so, please let us know on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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EAUG, France (Paris), 17 Septembre 2015

Vous utilisez Enterprise Architect et vous souhaitez partager votre savoir-faire avec la communauté francophone? Nous vous invitons à partager et présenter votre expérience et expertise au premier Enterprise Architect User Group (EAUG) en France qui se tiendra à Paris le 17 Septembre 2015.
Nous recherchons des orateurs de divers secteurs d’activités, travaillant sur tout type de modèle :

  • Architecture d’entreprise (TOGAF, Archimate, DoDAF, UPDM)
  • Urbanisation
  • Modélisation de systèmes d’information
  • Modélisation de processus métier (BPMN)
  • Analyse et conception d’applications informatiques
  • Modélisation de données
  • Ingénierie système (SysML)
  • Modélisation de systèmes embarqués…

Ou ayant des expériences concernant la mise en œuvre de l’outil :

  • Génération de code, MDA
  • Interfaçage avec d’autres outils
  • Développement de MDG Technologies
  • Développement d’addins et de scripts
  •  Génération de documents…

Nous recherchons en priorité des retours d’expérience sur l’utilisation d’Enterprise Architect au sein d’un projet. A noter que toute présentation purement commerciale ne sera pas retenue.

Contactez les organisateurs VISEO de l’EAUG France 2015 avec vos coordonnées et détails de votre sujet à l’adresse email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Guillaume

Guillaume Finance

VISEO (Modelling and Sparx EA Consultant & trainer)
 
Business and Systems Analyst with a software development background, and certified training instructor on UML, SysML and Sparx Enterprise Architect.
After spending several years working at an international level in the UK, I'm currently working for VISEO (formerly Objet Direct), Sparx Systems authorised reseller, VAR and Training Partner in France (www.viseo.com). Current and past projects cover the following industries: banking & finance (e.g. mortgage application), payment card systems (ATM, POS, UK APACS, ISO8583), set-top boxes, oil and gaz, and hydraulic utility manufacturing (EDF).
I publish articles and news about modelling languages and Enterprise Architect on my blog www.umlchannel.com.
I also maintain eaUtils addin for Sparx: www.eautils.com.

Website: www.umlchannel.com
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