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Wednesday, May 8 • 4:45pm - 6:15pm
Smart Decisions: An Architecture Design Game for IoT Solutions

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During this session, we will introduce and play Smart Decisions for IoT, a game that simulates the architecture design process of a solution in the Internet of Things domain. The game is inspired by Attribute-Driven Design (ADD) and previous versions of Smart Decisions in the big data and machine learning domains. Players can learn about this approach to architecture design while they get more familiar with architectural considerations for IoT system design.

The game can be played individually or in groups of architects, and the players or teams compete against each other in a simulated architecture design activity for a system of networked Things. In each iteration, the players must solve a challenge associated with an iteration goal and a set of architectural drivers including quality attributes and constraints. Solving this challenge requires making design decisions which, in the game, are the selection of design concepts such as physical protocols or network topologies.

Prerequisites: You will need your smartphone (or tablet / laptop as an alternative) to take an active part in the IoT game and have a chance to win a prize.

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Speakers
avatar for Yaroslav Pidstryhach

Yaroslav Pidstryhach

IoT Practice Lead, SoftServe, Inc.
Yaroslav Pidstryhach is an IoT Practice Lead at SoftServe, a leading technology consulting and software services company. Yaroslav has been developing commercial software and leading projects since 2003, gaining experience in various areas such as multimedia applications, networking... Read More →
avatar for Serge Haziyev

Serge Haziyev

SVP of Advanced Technology, SoftServe, Inc.
Serge Haziyev works as an SVP of Advanced Technology at SoftServe, a leading technology consulting and software services company. Serge has more than 20 years of experience in various technology domains, including big data, AI, IoT, and cloud computing. He is a co-author of Smart... Read More →
avatar for Rick Kazman

Rick Kazman

Professor / Research Scientist, University of Hawaii / Software Engineering Institute
Rick Kazman is a professor at the University of Hawaii and a research scientist at the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute. Kazman has created several influential methods and tools for architecture analysis, including the Software Architecture Analysis Method... Read More →
avatar for Shaun Greene

Shaun Greene

Senior IoT Solutions Architect, SoftServe, Inc.
Shaun Greene is a Senior IoT Solutions Architect with SoftServe, a leading technology consulting and software services company. Shaun has 10 years of experience in electronics design and software development across many industries and applications from 8-bit wireless medical devices... Read More →


Wednesday May 8, 2019 4:45pm - 6:15pm
Grand Station 1&2 Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square

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