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Software Architecture Education Session Report
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In the software architecture education session, we discussed four main issues: how to make a software architecture course sufficiently realistic, how to teach non-technical competencies of software architects, the place of such a course in a university curriculum, and how to grow software architects beyond the university. The session resulted in a first sketch of software architecture knowledge areas, and the extent to which these are deemed required for certain classes of software professionals.