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Thursday, 21 January 2010 14:48

Enterprise Architect Community Building – “Best Practice Workshop”

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“Geteiltes Wissen ist doppeltes Wissen!” – is our motto, meaning that by sharing knowledge you will double the knowledge.
As the number of Enterprise Architect Users in Germany, Austria and Switzerland is constantly growing Sparx Systems Central Europe is proud to organize a workshop for Enterprise Architect practitioners in Munich.

The most interesting topics have been qualified via a survey on the www.sparsystems.de webpage leading to the following sessions:

  • Enterprise Architect und Sharepoint
  • Enterprise Architect in der Prozesslandschaft
  • Integration von Enterprise Architect in Visual Studio und Team Foundation Server
    Der RTF-Reportgenerator von EA
  • Traceabilty in EA (Spice, CMMI,…)
  • Der Enterprise Architect im Team
  • Enterprise Architect und BPMN/BPEL
  • Eigene Plugin schreiben
  • Code Generation Templates und Erweiterungen
  • Roundtrip Requirement Management Integration Grafiken, XML und Dokumentation - "Rizo Hard Core Track"
  • UML Simulation mit Enterprise Architect
  • SysML mit Enterprise Architect
  • Plug-in Night

Highlight unserer Konferenz ist die so genannte Plug-In Night, in der Herr Deininger Tipps und Tricks rund um die Programmierung von funktionalen Erweiterungen für EA zeigt.
Datum 09.-10.03.2010; Veranstaltungsort München. Maximale Teilnehmeranzahl 50 Personen.

It is still possible to attend to share knowledge and feedback first hand – so don’t hesitate and be part of it – and double your knowledge!!

The event will be presented in the German language!!
Visit  http://www.sparxsystems.de/ressourcen/bpw/ for details or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Hans Bartmann

SparxSystems Central Europe

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