Engineering the Future of Software
November 13–14, 2016: Training
November 14–16, 2016: Tutorials & Conference
San Francisco, CA
Nathaniel Schutta

Nathaniel Schutta
Solution Architect, Pivotal

Website | @ntschutta

Nathaniel T. Schutta is a software architect focused on cloud computing and building usable applications. In addition to his day job, he’s an adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota, where he teaches students to embrace dynamic languages. A proponent of polyglot programming, Nate has written multiple books, including Presentation Patterns, with Neal Ford and Matthew McCullough, written to rid the world of bad presentations. He’s also appeared in various videos and is a seasoned speaker, regularly presenting at conferences worldwide, No Fluff Just Stuff symposia, meetups, universities, and user groups.

Sessions

9:00am–5:00pm Sunday & Monday, November 13-14
Location: Yorkshire
Nathaniel Schutta (Pivotal)
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 1 rating)
Becoming a software architect is a longed-for career upgrade for many software developers. While the job title suggests a work day focused on technical decision making, the reality is quite different. Nathaniel Schutta leads a workshop exploring a real-world job description in which communication trumps coding, helping you understand what it means to be a successful architect. Read more.
9:00am–5:00pm Monday, 11/14/2016
Location: Yorkshire
Nathaniel Schutta (Pivotal)
Becoming a software architect is a longed-for career upgrade for many software developers. While the job title suggests a work day focused on technical decision making, the reality is quite different. Nathaniel Schutta leads a workshop exploring a real-world job description in which communication trumps coding, helping you understand what it means to be a successful architect. Read more.
10:45am–12:15pm Tuesday, 11/15/2016
Fundamentals
Location: California East Level: Beginner
Nathaniel Schutta (Pivotal)
Average rating: ****.
(4.56, 9 ratings)
Developers focus on functional requirements, but once you step into the architect role, your world is increasingly inhabited by the "-ilities"—the nonfunctional or quality attributes of a software system. But which "-ilities" matter and which don't? Nathaniel Schutta explores approaches to architectural problems and explains how to best document the inevitable decisions we arrive at. Read more.