The 2-day AKF Architect Workshop is designed to arm product architects of all levels with the tools they need to develop, analyze, improve and control highly scalable, fast time to market, low cost of operations, highly available, low cost of development products. The course is a “deep dive” into AKF proprietary models, methods, approaches and principles. This is an interactive class where you learn from both AKF instructors and classroom peers. The course is offered in our classroom in Scottsdale, AZ.
Workshop will resume in 2021
How is the workshop structured?
The workshop is delivered in multiple collaborative sessions over the 2-day event. While a member of the AKF team will lead the discussion in each session, much of the interaction comes from the participants themselves. We keep the session size limited (maximum of 25 attendees) so that each attendee can be an active part of the conversation, share experiences, and ask questions of other architects. You’ll leave the workshop with principles, tools, and examples that you can continuously apply to your architectural endeavors.
Who should attend the workshop?
Our event is designed for product architects at all levels. It is a deeper dive into the technical discussions offered within the AKF CTO Bootcamp. Although nearly any technical organization would benefit from the lessons shared in the workshop, our sessions will provide the most value to companies building core products or services (e.g. SaaS, eCommerce) rather than back office enterprise architects focusing on employee enabling systems.
What topics are covered in the workshop?
The following is a partial list of the topics covered in the course:
Who teaches this workshop?
Workshops are delivered by AKF CEO, Marty Abbott, as well as other members of the AKF team. Marty, together with Mike Fisher and Tom Keeven, helped found AKF Partners in 2007 with the goal of leveraging their successes (and failures!) as technology executives to help other companies prepare for and achieve hyper-growth. To date, AKF has helped hundreds of companies across 18 countries to achieve their business objectives.