Moving from a traditional monolithic architecture towards microservices can be a serious challenge, but consider adding an API program on top of this with a shifting culture towards a more agile way of working….
This talk will guide you through an introduction to understanding the rapidly changing world of APIs with microservices; including key technologies and patterns, approaches to API management and one instigating a culture change. The talk will be a balance between short snappy live code examples and slides for discussion points. The topics we will explore include:
There’s a lot to explore, expect ideas to come thick and fast tying together to build an overview of this exciting technology space.
James (Jim) Gough is a Java developer and author. Jim first became interested in Java during his degree program at the University of Warwick, and 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 is currently focused on building customer facing technology at Morgan Stanley. He spent four years teaching Java and C++ in various countries around the world.
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