February 23–26, 2020
 

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Nassau East
Add Architecture: The hard parts to your personal schedule
9:00am Architecture: The hard parts Neal Ford (ThoughtWorks)
Nassau West
Add Fundamentals of software architecture to your personal schedule
9:00am Fundamentals of software architecture Mark Richards (Self-employed)
Bryant
Add Building evolutionary and incremental architectures to your personal schedule
9:00am Building evolutionary and incremental architectures Allen Holub (Holub Associates)
Clinton
Add Domain-driven design for modern architectures to your personal schedule
9:00am Domain-driven design for modern architectures Vaughn Vernon (Kalele and vlingo)
Gibson
Add The architect elevator to your personal schedule
9:00am The architect elevator Gregor Hohpe (ArchitectElevator.com)
Rhinelander Center
Add Building serverless architectures to your personal schedule
9:00am Building serverless architectures Mike Roberts (Symphonia)
Concourse B
Add Architecting cloud native applications to your personal schedule
9:00am Architecting cloud native applications Nathaniel Schutta (Pivotal)
8:00am Morning Coffee | Room: TBD
12:30pm Lunch | Room: TBD
3:00pm Break | Room: TBD
9:00am-5:00pm (8h)
Architecture: The hard parts
Neal Ford (ThoughtWorks)
Neal Ford highlights solutions and trade-offs to architecture's difficult problems. You'll discover tools and practices to help you choose the proper granularity of components and services, messaging styles in microservices (choreography, orchestration, sagas), and data topics, including microservices caching and data meshes, styles of reuse, and reactive architectures.
9:00am-5:00pm (8h)
Fundamentals of software architecture
Mark Richards (Self-employed)
CNN recently rated software architect the number one job in America. Yet no clear path exists for moving from developer to architect. Mark Richards blends lecture and hands-on real-world group exercises to explore the many aspects of software architecture. You'll learn various integration styles (and when to use them) as well as patterns to fit various business needs and requirements.
9:00am-5:00pm (8h)
Building evolutionary and incremental architectures
Allen Holub (Holub Associates)
Join Allen Holub for a hands-on exploration of how to architect systems that easily evolve incrementally over time as requirements emerge. You'll solve a real-world problem under Allen's guidance, learning everything you need to know to go from an idea to an evolutionary implementation architecture.
9:00am-5:00pm (8h)
Domain-driven design for modern architectures
Vaughn Vernon (Kalele and vlingo)
Join Vaughn Vernon to explore the foundational architectures on which today's software is reliably built and the advanced architecture patterns that are necessary for distributed, reactive microservices software. You'll get hands-on experience with the essential strategic and tactical tools for domain-driven design and the architectures and patterns used to develop contemporary advanced systems.
9:00am-5:00pm (8h)
The architect elevator
Gregor Hohpe (ArchitectElevator.com)
Drawing on his diverse experience with startups, strategic consulting, internet software engineering, and corporate IT, Gregor Hohpe shows you how to recognize and overcome the challenges digital disruption places on traditional enterprises.
9:00am-5:00pm (8h) Serverless
Building serverless architectures
Mike Roberts (Symphonia)
Serverless architectures have now entered the mainstream as a way to build cloud native applications. From high throughput messaging systems to REST APIs to the internet of things. Mike Roberts dives into what serverless is, how it overlaps with the ideas of microservices, how you architect with serverless, and how you build and operate serverless applications.
9:00am-5:00pm (8h)
Architecting cloud native applications
Nathaniel Schutta (Pivotal)
By now your organization has planted a flag in the cloud, and you need to figure out just what that means to your application portfolio. Nathaniel Schutta explains how to figure out if everything should be a microservice, what microservices are anyway, how you deal with massively distributed applications, and how event storming can fix the gap between your business problems and the domain model.
8:00am-9:00am (1h)
Break: Morning Coffee
12:30pm-1:30pm (1h)
Break: Lunch
3:00pm-3:15pm (15m)
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