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Denise Cook is a method architect and method content author, contributing to the definition of IBM’s software development methods, including the Rational Unified Process (RUP). Specializing in the Architecture and Design domains, she is a core member of the team defining the Unified Method Framework.
Pete Cripps is a Senior IT Architect in Global Business Services in the UK. His areas of technical expertise and interest include: the application of component and service based development techniques, the use and practical application of methods and the development of good architecture practice across the IBM architectural community. As well as being an experienced teacher of IBM’s method classes he has recently been involved in the development of the IBM Unified Method Framework.
Philippe Spaas is an Executive IT Architect within the Finance Sector in Belgium. He has played a pivotal role in the development of IBM’s Architecture System Description Standard (ADS) and recently completed the work on its successor, the System Description Standard. Most recently, he was involved in the work leading to the incorporation of the Architecture Domain within the Unified Method Framework.