There are some papers which I plan to re-read, for example
- Lightweight and Continuous Architecture Software Quality Assurance using the aSQA Technique, on how to to architecture analysis in agile-type development.
- Experiences in Making Architectural Decisions during the Development of a New Base Station Platform
- Unifying Software Architecture with its Implementation, on the need to include architectural documentation in what actually gets maintained, i.e. the code
- Structuring Very Large Domain Models, if you think you have big models see what was studied here...
- Towards a Process Maturity Model for Evolutionary Architecting of Embedded System Product Lines, interesting but also similar to Knowit's Architecture Capability Evaluation.
The last three papers were all from the industry track (which also included the presentation by myself), which I thought was as interesting as the rest of the conference together. For some reason the industry track papers was not published by Springer in their LNCS series, but I was told they would be available at the ACM digital library.