Moving from a traditional monolithic architecture to microservices can be a serious challenge even before adding an API program on top of this, along with a culture shifting toward a more Agile way of working.
Jim Gough walks you through an introduction to understanding the rapidly changing world of APIs with microservices, including key technologies and patterns, approaches to API management, and instigating a culture change. The talk will be a balance between short snappy live code examples and slides for discussion points. There’s a lot to explore, so expect ideas to come thick and fast tying together to build an overview of this exciting technology space.
James (Jim) Gough is an executive director and developer at Morgan Stanley, where he is focused on building customer-facing technology. A Java developer and author, Jim first became interested in Java during his degree program at the University of Warwick; after graduating, he became a member of the London Java Community. Community has remained central to Jim’s contributions, which include working on the design and testing of JSR-310 and serving on the Java Community Process Executive Committee for several years. Jim is a regular conference speaker and spent four years teaching Java and C++ around the world.
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