The Iasa Romania chapter will engage with architects in Romania at all stages of the architecture maturity curve, from undergraduates to seasoned professionals, to deliver the value of all Iasa programs.
The Iasa chapter’s goal is to become the preeminent platform in Romania for lifelong learning, information sharing and professional networking for all architects. In addition to compelling events and networking opportunities, members will be offered ongoing education, and local certification. Iasa Romania’s goals will also be building relationships with academia and industry leaders.
Members of this new chapter will enjoy virtual and non-virtual forums for the development and proliferation of knowledge and relationships to allow all members in Romania to participate.
The chapter will be led by Tiberiu “Tibi” Covaci, one of the founding members of Iasa Sweden, member of the Developer Guidance Council, course Author, and Technology Reviewer for the Microsoft .NET Official Curriculum courses.
“Iasa Romania will support Iasa Global’s mission to raise the profile of the profession and contribute to the global thought leadership” explaines Tiberiu.
“We would like to invite all interested architects and IT professionals to our Kick-off event February 18th from 6pm -8pm in Cluj, to learn more about Iasa, introduce the entire chapter leadership team, chapter plans in 2014 and how we all can shape the profession locally and globally together” Tiberiu continued.
To learn more about Iasa Romania and register for the inaugural event, please visit the chapter page: http://www.iasaglobal.org/
Iasa is the premier association focused on the IT architecture profession through the advancement of best practices, education and certification. Established in 2002, Iasa delivers programs and services to IT architects of all levels around the world. A non-profit business association, Iasa is dedicated to the advancement and sharing of issues related to software, infrastructure, Information, and business architecture in the enterprise, product, education and government sectors.
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, the association is committed to improving the quality of the IT architecture industry by developing and delivering standards, education and accredited certification programs and services that optimize the development of the architecture profession. Iasa has 35 Chapters in more than 25 countries, and has a member base and readership of 60,000 worldwide. For more information, visit www.iasaglobal.org.