At IEEE Conference on Software Engineering in Florence, Italy
Hello, I am Dr. June Sung Park. I am sharing information, knowledge and opinion on critical contemporary issues in enterprise IT on this site since February 2018.
Discussions in this blog take the form of patterns and anti-patterns. I am trying to identify recommendable patterns of software business management, software requirement engineering, and software architecture design. I found interesting interrelatedness among the patterns across the different subject areas.
I also introduce VOLF (value-obsessed lean framework)--a software development framework that I have been developing together with several friends. VOLF has been taught to thousands of software professionals and graduate students, and adopted by an increasing number of software development organizations.
A brief introduction of myelf: I obtained BBA and MBA from Seoul National University and Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Computer Science and Industrial & Systems Engineering from the Ohio State University. I served as tenured professor of Information Systems in the University of Iowa. I also served as Invited Professor of Computer Science in Tsinghua University and of Industrial and Systems Engineering in Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).
My industrial experience includes serving as a member of the Software Advisory Council for HP, .net Regional Director for Microsoft Korea, Chief Technology Officer for Samsung SDS, IT Advisor for LG Electronics, and President of KOSTA Institute of Software Education.
My professional activities include serving as Chairman for INFORMS Technical Section on Telecommunications, Chairman for Software Engineering Method and Theory (SEMAT), Chairman for Object Management Group(OMG)'s Essence Standard Revision Task Force, and currently Chairman of Korea Software Technology Association (KOSTA). I am listed in Marquis Who's Who in the World, in Science and Engineering, in Media and Communications, and in the Midwest (although I am not sure if I should be proud of that, since there has been some criticism about how people are selected for those directories).
These lectures are on the same areas of topics covered on this website, including agile business analysis, business process design, data modeling & database design, use case analysis & realization, service-oriented architecture design, object design, test-driven development, cloud-native application development, SaaS engineering, enterprise cloud adoption, software engineering for digital transformation, IoT/AI-based digital business application development, software talent management, etc.
YouTube Channel for Dr. Park's Webinar Lectures
This site is also the website of JPIS Co. Ltd., a company I founded in 2012 to provide software training and consulting services. JPIS was awarded the 2021 Technology Innovator Award and selected as the Most Trusted Software Training and Consulting Firm in South Korea by Corporate Vision Magazine in Germany.
Giving a presentation on "COVID-19 Pandemic and Digital Transformation in Korea" in an online conference titled "COVID-19 Pandemic and a Brave New World" co-hosted by Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and National University of Singapore (NUS) on October 29, 2020.
Attending a conference on Digital Economy and E-Government held by Africa Development Bank in Nairobi, Kenya, in Feb. 2019 to give a plenary talk
With students at Korea Advanced Institute of Sience and Technology (KAIST)
With students in Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST) in Vietnam
With colleagues in SEMAT (Software Engineering Method and Theory) while attending OMG Techical Meeting in Berlin, Germany
With members of India Chapter of SEMAT (Software Engineering Method and Theory) in Kolkata, India
With faculty members at International Institute of Information Technology in Bangalore, India
Giving a talk in a software engineering conference in China
With faculty members of Naveen Jindal School of Management in University of Texas at Dallas, while I was a visiting professor teaching Software Entrepreneurship there
With software engineers at Samsung SDS when I was CTO for the company in Seoul, Korea
Giving a plenary talk in the Samsung-Capgemini Joint Conference in Seoul, Korea
While attending the HP Software Advisory Council meeting in Budapest, Hungary
With Dr. Stephen Cross, Director, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
With faculty members of Computer Science Department in Tsinghua University in Beijing, China, while I was a visiting professor teaching software engineering there. The person next to me is Professor Rui-Ji Ling, the founder of Computer Science Department in Tsinghua University.
With my daughter, April, her husband, Rob, and children, Link and Rad, in St. Louis where they live. April teaches Literacy at Wydown Middle School after getting M.A. in Secondary Education from University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, and B.A. in English Literature from Washington University in St. Louis. (https://www.claytonschools.net/Page/4069) April is also DJ Agile One. (https://twitter.com/djagileone) Rob is DJ Crucial. (https://www.instagram.com/f5records/) Link and Rad are amazing grandsons born as twins in 2007.
With my son, David, having a vacation in Hakone, Japan. David is a UX / Product Designer in Indeed.com. He previously worked for Booking.com, Gilt, SecondMarket and Salesforce.com after graduating from Carnegie Mellon University with Masters and B.S. degrees in Information Systems and Human-Computer Interaction. (https://www.linkedin.com/in/dapark/)
With my son, David, in Pensacola, Florida, while I was an assistant professor in Stephenson Department of Entrepreneurship & Information Systems in E. J. Ourso College of Business in Louisiana State Univerity
With April and David in Pensacola in 1987
This is me when I was a first-grader.
This is me one year before.
Me working my butt off as an assistant professor at the University of Iowa
Me visiting National Museum USAF in Dayton, Ohio, while I was studying for a Ph.D. in the Ohio State University
21.03 | 17:18
Took me time to read all the comments, but I really enjoyed the article. It proved to be Very helpful to me and I am sure to all the commenters here! It’s always nice when you can not only be informed
05.02 | 01:55
Very good job of discussing both MSA as well as SOA and providing adoption considerations etc.
10.09 | 15:53
Thank you for covering Mendix in your blog so comprehensively. The Mendix community would welcome your participation should you wish to join?