Engineering the Future of Software
April 10–11, 2016: Training
April 11–13, 2016: Conference
New York, NY

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David Strauss commented on Don’t build “Death Star” security: Maintaining agility and security in distributed and microservice architectures
Hi, Eric. I finally got my O’Reilly accounts merged so I would get my speaker access back to upload the slides. They’re now uploaded here as well as on Slideshare (where I uploaded them right after the talk).

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James Stewart commented on The architect as coach
Thanks! It took me a while but I’ve now posted the slides at https://speakerdeck.com/jystewart

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Mark Roth commented on Enhancing society with APIs at the New York Times
Hi Scott – really enjoyed your talk. Can you make the slides available please?

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The O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference: Bridging business and technology

The long-term success and evolution of many companies balances on the effectiveness and versatility of their software architecture and the teams that design, implement, and deploy it. To continue to find success and evolution within your own role you must at some point become as skilled in the breadth of what software architecture solutions can include as you are in the depths of programming knowledge that you already have. The more involved you are with software architecture—and even if you don't carry the title of architect you can bet you are involved—the more technical breadth becomes critical. You must understand tradeoffs, technology options, and engineering best practices, plus have the leadership chops to execute your vision.

Most software development conferences focus on increasing your depth by providing in-depth technical sessions. The O'Reilly Software Architecture Conference does that, as appropriate to keep pace with new technology, AND focuses on technical breadth like no other event. Smart and innovative speakers will share new techniques and approaches, proven best practices, and exceptional technical skills around:

  • Microservices
  • Distributed systems
  • Integration architecture
  • Devops
  • Scale
  • Reactive and its variants
  • Business skills
  • Security
  • Optimization
  • UX design

Software Architecture training courses

Immerse yourself in two days of in-depth education on critical topics. Each training takes place April 10-11 and is limited to 35 attendees to maintain a high level of learning and instructor interaction.

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