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The Three-Tier Architecture Pattern Language Workshop. Welcome to. OOPSLA 2001, Tampa Bay, Florida, USA, Marriott Waterside Hotel, Monday, Oct 15, 2001. Goal. Capture similarities among three-tier architectures Describe common requirements and system designs using design patterns

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the three tier architecture pattern language workshop

The Three-Tier ArchitecturePattern Language Workshop

Welcome to

OOPSLA 2001,

Tampa Bay, Florida, USA,

Marriott Waterside Hotel,

Monday, Oct 15, 2001

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Goal
  • Capture similarities among three-tier architectures
    • Describe common requirements and system designs using design patterns
    • Integrate the design patterns into a pattern language
  • Share experiences
    • Just how many layers/tiers are there?
    • Document best practices as a pattern language
reference questions
Reference Questions
  • Is it really Three-tier or N-tier?
  • Are there forces specific to each layer? General forces?
  • Should the patterns be characterized by layers?
  • What are some of the existing patterns and pattern languages?
  • What should be the target audience of the pattern language?
  • How would the pattern language map to specific domains?
agenda
Agenda
  • Introduction (8:30am - 9:00am)
  • Introduction to Patterns (9:00am - 9:30am) - Michael Kircher
  • Experience Report (9:30am - 10:00am)
    • Marco Torchiano, “Lessons learnt from developing and changing an educational three tier system”
  • Break (10:00am - 10:30am)
  • Transactions, Persistency, and Resource Management (10:30am - 12:00pm)
    • Jim Tyhurst, “Choosing Transaction Models for Enterprise Applications”
    • Brian Berenbach, “Container Based Persistence”
    • Prashant Jain, “A Pattern Language for Resource Management in Three Tier Architectures”
  • Lunch (12:00pm - 1:30pm)
  • Moderated Discussion (1:30pm - 3:00pm)
  • Break (3:00pm - 3:30pm)
  • Moderated Discussion (3:30pm - 5:00pm)
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