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David Harvey: softwareI'm immensely proud and excited to have joined Sibelius Software as CTO.
Previously I was Principal Consultant in the Integrated Managed Services group at UBS Investment Bank, dealing with tactical and strategic application of a range of middleware technologies across product lines. I've worked at Chase Manhattan and Bankers Trust, designing and building architectures for FX and derivatives trading, and at Nomura, where I led a team producing advanced C++ libraries supporting the development of middle- and front-office applications as part of the well-publicised HOODINI project.
As part of my work with Object Designers Limited, I developed and taught courses (both introductory and advanced) in C++ and OO design. I was involved in some of the work on the Syntropy design method, and ran the Syntropy User Group for nearly a year.
I've written articles on Smalltalk, Prolog and Scheme, and reviewed books for the BCS OOPS newsletter and for SIGS European journal Object Expert. I've spoken on C++, and presented workshops on software architecture, architectural styles, patterns and development practice and culture at numerous conferences and events, including several OT conferences, JACC, Object Expo Europe, Unicom, Software Architecture 2000, and JSIG.
Over the years I've been particularly closely associated with
the (OT, now renamed to) SPA conferences. Heres' a selection the work I've done
at SPA (there are papers from other SPA/OT sessions, and other conferences,
If you're interested in finding out more, please contact me to request a current cv.
Here's some work in progress on a pattern language on the practice of software architecture.
Created 24 June 1996
Last modified 25 November 2006 2006