4–7 Nov 2019
Gernot Starke

Gernot Starke
Founder | Cofounder | Fellow, aim42 | arc42 | INNOQ


Gernot Starke is a founder of aim42, a cofounder of arc42, a fellow at INNOQ, and a coach and consultant for methodical software architecture and engineering. Gernot has been involved in the design and implementation of medium- and large-size systems for organizations from different business domains, mainly in the areas of finance, insurance, automotive, logistics, and telecommunications, with a focus on legacy system evolution and improvement. He’s written numerous books on software architecture and patterns, regularly publishes technical articles, and shares his experiences on developer conferences. He lives in Cologne, Germany.


9:0010:30 Thursday, 7 November 2019
Location: M6/M7
Secondary topics:  Best Practice
Gernot Starke (aim42 | arc42 | INNOQ)
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Gernot Starke examines a (formerly successful) large ecommerce system and its rescue from legacy hell: systematically identifying technical and organizational debt and getting the large system back on track. Gernot explores practical approaches from real live systems, condensed and applicable based on the aim42 architecture improvement method successfully applied to an (anonymized) large system. Read more.
  • AXA
  • Contentful
  • Datadog
  • HERE Technologies
  • QAware
  • SIG
  • Zara Tech
  • GitLab
  • NearForm
  • WhiteSource
  • Cloud Native Computing Foundation

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