Welcome to Iasa
Welcome to Iasa: The Global IT Architect Association
Iasa is the premier association focused on the architecture profession through the advancement of best practices and education while delivering programs and services to IT architects of all levels around the world. Our mission is to make IT architecture the most recognized profession in the world.
Iasa global Certified IT Architect and Iasa Foundation Certification programs are the only vendor independent and professionally led certification in the world focused only on architecture. Only Iasa offers full professional certifications run locally and with international recognition.
Iasa provides world class training in architecture and related subjects. Our courses are built by architects for architects. We have courses in enterprise, business, infrastructure, information and software architecture. From continuing education courses to courses leading to certification, Iasa academies and chapters have it all. We are constantly adding to our training capabilities and courses so check back regularly.
Invest in yourself and accelerate your knowledge with the largest association focused on the technology and enterprise architect profession. Iasa Global arms more than 60,000 architect professionals with the most current insights and perspectives that you won't find anywhere else.
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Iasa partners with the Irish Computer Society in the Final Judging for "F1 in Schools” program
manufacture racing cars powered by compressed air canisters. Student teams compete against each other in
a National Championship to determine the best-engineered and fastest car in Ireland. Competitors have an
exciting educational experience, expressing their creativity, skills and team working ability in a fun and positive way.
The 2013 World Finals of the F1 in Schools Technology Challenge are being held next week November
10-11 in Austin, Texas, Headquarters of Iasa, the Global IT Architect Association. The Irish Computer
Society who is Iasa’s partner in Ireland runs F1 in Schools.
“F1 in Schools” is a Technology Challenge that inspires students to use IT to learn about physics,
aerodynamics, design, computing, manufacturing, branding, graphics, sponsorship, marketing,
leadership/teamwork, media skills and financial strategy, and apply them in a practical, imaginative,
competitive and exciting way.
Iasa Member and Dell Enterprise Architect, Emily Martinez Freitag, will join the panel of verbal
presentation judges, chaired by ICS Deputy CEO Tom O’Sullivan.
“All of us in the IT profession recognize the need to give second-level students hands-on experiences of
technology, so they may make informed college and career choices.” said Tom O’Sullivan. “I am delighted
to have Emily’s support in Austin, the home town of Iasa and Dell.”
Judging in the 2013 World Finals will commence on Sunday 9th November, when 38 teams will display
their portfolios and stands, deliver their verbal presentations and race their cars.
“This program empowers the next generation and paves the track towards taking technology education to
the next level. It aligns perfectly with Iasa’s mission of making Technology Architecture the most stable
and well recognized profession in the world.” Said Damaris Bode, Global Community Director at Iasa.
To learn more about this exciting program, please visit: http://www.f1inschools.ie/