Klaus Marquardt

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== Biography ==
== Biography ==
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Klaus Marquardt works für Dräger Medical in international projects building life supporting devices. He is particularly interested in the integration of different software worlds and attitudes, and in the mutual influences of technology, humans, processes, and organization. His publications are mostly patterns, focusing on extensible architectures, performance tuning, and [http://www.sustainable-architecture.eu diagnoses of systems and organisations]. He has run [http://www.kmarquardt.de sessions] at many conferences including OOPSLA, JAOO, OOP, and ACCU, and served as program chair of EuroPLoP 2004.
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Klaus Marquardt works for Dräger Medical in international projects building life supporting devices. He is particularly interested in the integration of different software worlds and attitudes, and in the mutual influences of technology, humans, processes, and organization. His publications are mostly patterns, focusing on extensible architectures, performance tuning, and [http://www.sustainable-architecture.eu diagnoses of systems and organisations]. He has run [http://www.kmarquardt.de sessions] at many conferences, including OOPSLA, JAOO, OOP, and ACCU, and served as program chair of EuroPLoP 2004.
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Full Name

Klaus Marquardt

Biography

Klaus Marquardt works for Dräger Medical in international projects building life supporting devices. He is particularly interested in the integration of different software worlds and attitudes, and in the mutual influences of technology, humans, processes, and organization. His publications are mostly patterns, focusing on extensible architectures, performance tuning, and diagnoses of systems and organisations. He has run sessions at many conferences, including OOPSLA, JAOO, OOP, and ACCU, and served as program chair of EuroPLoP 2004.

Contact Info

mailto:pattern@kmarquardt.de

Image

Image:KlausMarquardt.jpg

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