Antifragile – Designing the Systems of the Future

External event | 16th of September

Antifragile – Designing the Systems of the Future

Everything fails eventually – how do you recover? Barry O’Reilly talks about building Antifragile systems. Antifragility is the philosophy of accepting that things can break and you need to be able to detect and recover from that failure.

Antifragile – Designing the Systems of the Future

Based loosely on the book ‘Anti-fragile’ by Nicholas Nassim Taleb, we look at how his theories on fragility and the ability to withstand shocks can be interpreted to help us design, produce, and manage better systems that can help us deal not only with failures, but also with rapidly changing markets and expectations in modern software development. We look at how we can combine Complexity Science and Systems Engineering to produce solutions that can both respond to change and provide quality.

About the Speaker

Barry O’Reily is a CITA-P certified Architect who has held Chief Architect positions at Microsoft and and iDesign. He has also been a startup CTO, the Worldwide Lead for the Solutions Architecture Community at Microsoft, and founder of the Swedish Azure User Group. He is also a trainer for IASA.

Who is the target audience?

  • Solution architects
  • Enterprise architects
  • CTOs
  • Developers

… and all others that finds this interesting

Welcome to Avega!

A light meal will be served from 17:30 pm, and the talk starts at 18.00 pm. (Please provide any special diets when registering.)

The event is free of charge. Although we have a no-show-fee of 400 SEK if cancelled later than 24 hours before the event, covering the empty chair and thrown away meal.

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