Jano showed us the pitfalls of synchronous communication and suggested a possible solution by using an asynchronous design pattern. Zdeněk then introduced the layers of application project configuration in .NET technologies and the possibilities of their modification before deploying a new version of the application. Of course, both speakers worked in the CodeNow platform to underline the simplicity of the mentioned steps.
Tuesday, May 23, 6 - 9pm CEST
Scout Institut, Kampa Praha 1,
U Sovových mlýnů 134/1 11800 Praha
6:00 PM - 6:15 PM Gathering & Networking
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM Discourse
7:15 PM - 9:00 PM Beer, Soft Drinks, and NetworkingAgenda
1. Example use cases of asynchronous breaks and their benefits in microservices architecture
2. Strategies for managing configurations in large .NET projects
3. Insights into the challenges of deploying microservices in complex scenarios
Lecturers: Zdeněk Heller (Architect at Stratox Cloud Native) and Jano Mlynár (Enterprise Architecture at CodeNOW)
Zdeněk Heller is skilled in architecting systems with an eye on CQRS and ES on scalable technologies like Kubernetes, Kafka, MongoDB, Cassandra, RabbitMQ, Akka, or Lagom where possible. Suggesting integration patterns and helping to make those alive. Helping others with technology insights.
Jan Mlynár is an architect with a pragmatic approach to achieving strategic and tactical business objectives utilizing proven IT components and design patterns. He is experienced in the use and implementation of enterprise architecture methodologies (TOGAF, IAF) and design patterns (e.g., in master data management, front-end integration, multichannel, system integration).