September 24th – Luis Casillas presents his Architect toolset

September 30, 2013 § Leave a comment

Tuesday evening, Luis will be presenting his preferred toolset for the scary fast creation of Screen mockups, XSD documentation, XML sample data, Process Diagrams, Class Diagrams, Sequence Diagrams, Use Case Diagrams, Database Sample Data, ER Diagrams, Test Cases. You know, what people other than architects consider real work. He hopes these tools will assist architects and technologists to “Tell the Story” of the application to their respective audiences and project sponsors. Oh, and he’ll be doing demos (and demos… and more demos).

Bio:Luis Casillas is passionate about delivering quality software. He loves delighting the customer and sharing ways to help them do what they do better and faster. Some of these ways ( Continuous Integration, Automated Testing, Unit Testing, Source Control, etc.) may be obvious to IT Professionals, but Luis enjoys communicating the benefits of these choices to key stakeholders located outside of Engineering.

He’s been building software for over 15 years and is a little wild about technology and automation.
He currently works at Fortegra Financial where he is their Manager of Application Integration Architecture. When he’s not building software you can find him at Food Truck Rodeos, User Group meetups, or at home hanging with his family. Pretty much anywhere good food and great conversations are found.

His presentation PDF is available here at Software Development Tools Reference-LuisCasillas-10012013


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