June 15–18, 2020

Conference Learning Paths

Pick what you want to learn over four days. And take clear steps toward it.

Maybe you want to learn the fundamentals of a particular technology. Perhaps you'd prefer to hone your skills and master a more advanced concept. Wouldn't it be nice if someone put together a schedule with all the sessions and training courses* you'd need to take while at O'Reilly Software Architecture Conference? Good news: We did.

The conference learning paths listed below each provide a distinct chronological path to gain a solid understanding of a specific topic. Develop your skills by attending the suggested sessions, many of which feature case studies covering real-world solutions or expert-led interactive workshops so you can get hands-on with a technology in a live dev environment. Then take what you learn and immediately apply it at work. Below are the conference learning paths available at this year's Software Architecture.

* A Training pass is required to attend training courses.

Fundamentals

There's no single—or clearly defined—path to becoming a software architect. If you've reached a point in your professional development where you recognize that you need a better grasp of software architecture fundamentals, this will get you up to speed.

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Microservices

Whether your organization is still determining if microservices is a viable option or you're deep into your journey, we offer unparalleled insight.

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Serverless

Serverless is increasingly popular, and software architecture practitioners are paying close attention. But is it right for your organization, and how do you make it work?

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Domain Driven and Event Driven

Domain-driven and event-driven architectural concepts hold great promise. Done right, they accurately reflect your business and react to how your software is deployed and used.

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Data and Security

Data is an immensely valuable currency, and the security of your entire enterprise and its data is essential to the health of your overall business.

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Product Management and Agile

You now need to strike a useful and sustainable balance between your organization's product initiatives and your architecture. Product design and management practitioners most often employ an Agile approach.

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Essential Skills

Effective software architecture practitioners must have a solid working knowledge of a wide variety of approaches, all while maximizing the strength of their legacy systems.

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