Robustness for event driven microservices
Jessica Siewert, Simacan
Customers using our microservices demand a trouble-free experience. In case of any problems you spent a lot of time assisting with and improving your services. How would it be if your services were so robust that your customers would never have any problems and just love using your services from the get go and for many years to come? Is that at all possible? Yes it is! In this talk I’ll share how we tackled this at Simacan. The talk will provide examples of desired robustness practices and will reveal how this applies to your daily work as a software engineer. I will share with you how these practices have benefited our customers’ experience and lowered the support effort needed later. At the end of the talk you will have learned which specific things you can do while implementing your services to improve their robustness. You could start applying these from the very next day!
Web development? Write yourself a browser extension!
Bart Kerkvliet, CINQ
10 Tips to decrease your velocity
Talip Ozkeles, GROUP9
In this session we will discuss 10 tips to decrease your velocity. Yes you read it well. 10 Tips to decrease your velocity.
This session is not intended for people who already know how to decrease their velocity. It is intended for people who know how to increase their velocity, so that they can learn how to decrease it!