Let’s talk about Microservices

Everyone seems doing Microservices these days. Are you interested in the topic but not entirely sure what it means to build a microservices? Are you curious how to apply the pattern in a real world project? Or you are working with microservices and interested to share experiences with other practitioners? Then this Meetup is for you. In her talks Nina and Susanne will give an introduction and shar

Aug 30, 2018, 4:30 – 7:30 PM

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Everyone seems doing Microservices these days. Are you interested in the topic but not entirely sure what it means to build a microservices? Are you curious how to apply the pattern in a real world project? Or you are working with microservices and interested to share experiences with other practitioners? Then this Meetup is for you. In her talks Nina and Susanne will give an introduction and share some hands on experience. Afterwards there will be time for questions and discussions around the topic.

Our Speakers:

Lisa is a consultant and software developer at ThoughtWorks. Lisa is a Software Developer with a background in project management and organisational development.
She strongly believes in self-organizing teams, autonomy to delivery and extreme programming. She has worked with backend- and frontend technologies as well as infrastructure as code.

Susanne is an independent tech consultant and was previously working as a startup CTO transforming their SaaS solution from monolith to microservices. She has a background in computer sciences and experience in software development for more than 15 years and regularly presents at international tech conferences.

AGENDA:

18:30 Drinks and Snacks

19:00 Microservices 101 (Lisa Junger)

In her talk Nina will outline what the major ideas and principles of microservices are. She will explain the characteristics of a microservice architecture and highlight the benefits and challenges that come with them.

19:30 Break

19:45 Microservices Lessons Learned (Susanne Kaiser)

The journey from monolith to microservices is different for every organization. A variety of challenges come with introducing microservices itself, but also organizational circumstances impacting the transformation that needed to be considered.

In this talk I would like to share some microservices lessons learned and what to watch out for if starting the journey again.

20:15 Networking / Sharing experiences

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* As long as there is a waiting list female attendants will be preffered

Organizers

  • Julia Heidinger

    Social Developers Club

    Co-Founder

  • Florentine Draeger

    GDG + WTM Organiser

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