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Corona: The Eclipse Tools Services Framework

Paul Czarnik (Compuware)

Wednesday, 15:25, 20 minutes | Jagst




Paul Czarnik

Designing, developing, testing and managing business critical applications has become increasingly complex. To manage this complexity you typically divide the project into tasks and assign teams to execute the tasks. The IT organization has become increasingly complex as well because of the many parties that are involved. As if this is not difficult enough our customers - the business users - want IT to deliver more and better service, quicker and less expensive.

How can we involve all these different teams and team members into a project and make them collaborate effectively as if they were a small team all working in the same room in the same office at the same time? This session will provide a brief explanation of the business problem that project Corona is aiming to address.

Paul Czarnik is Vice President of Technology Architecture & Vantage Product Development for Compuware Corporation. In this role, Paul is responsible for the company's technology platform, overseeing the Compuware team of software architects, and development of Compuware's Vantage Solutions, with Technology labs in Gdansk, Detroit, SanDiego and Amsterdam. Paul brings 30 years of software development experience to his role, first joining Compuware in 1981, and has held technical and executive positions in the Services, Products and IT organizations. In addition, during his career in the software industry, Paul has held technical, strategy and management positions in medical software development, and was founder of medical and EDI software companies in Michigan.


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