The International Software Architecture Qualification Board (iSAQB®) is an association of leading experts from industry, consulting firms, and science. As a non-profit organization, the iSAQB develops technological standards and certifications in the field of software architecture. The main goal of the iSAQB is to standardize and continuously improve the education and training of software architects internationally. As holder of the international certification system Certified Professional for Software Architecture (CPSA®), the iSAQB itself does not conduct any training courses or examinations. It does, however, establish training and examination regulations, accredits training organizations as well as independent certification bodies and defines the necessary processes.
Skills Matter brings together technology creators, experts and users to learn skills, share expertise, and evolve ideas. We believe that the community ecosystem is the best tool to help developers and engineering teams share ideas, break down barriers, and discover new ways of solving common challenges.
We do this by organising and facilitating community meetups, conferences and workshops for our 100,000 members from 126 countries — one of the world’s largest communities of software professionals.