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IASA in the UK June 13, 2006

Posted by peewitsol in Blogroll, Microsoft, MSupport, Peewitsol, Technical.


IASA Foundations Reference Model Review is taking place as we speak, the
UK team having taken hold of the review documents last week.

IASA Course Work The IASA are planning to introduce a course work system soon and are in the process of looking for qualified individuals to deliver courses to our members.

There will be two types of courses available; free for member courses (this will help with paid memberships) and premium courses (they will require payment by members and non-members and will pay royalties to the creator). If anyone you know would be interested to developing course ware for architects, please let me know ASAP and I can forward onto Matt Deacon.

We already have a number of committed authors but the more the better.

Up coming IASA Meetings:

Please add these dates to your diaries, their open events so tell your friends, colleagues and customers to make it along! More details are on the
UK website (http://unitedkingdom.iasahome.org), where you can register your interest in attending (this being important for security reasons).

London:  Requirements and Architecture Traps and Pitfalls CANCELLED! June 20, 6pm-8:30pmChristine Cooper-Bland & Rob Machin

Unfortunately, Rob is unable to make it to this session so It's been pushed back to later in the year. Also, as this conflicts with the Football It was decided not to try and put something in it’s place this time around.
Birmingham: Informal meet up June 28, 7pm – 10pm, Pub Venue Old Joint Stock, 4 Temple Row West, Birmingham City Centre off Colmore Row.  http://birmingham.iasahome.org
London: The Identity MetaSystemJuly 5, 6pm-8:30pm (then more football!)Kim Cameron (www.identityblog.com) http://unitedkingdom.iasahome.org 



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