Wissensvermittlung, Nachwuchsförderung und der fachliche Austausch auf Augenhöhe sind für uns Herzensangelegenheiten. Wir sind der Meinung: Geteilte Innovationsfreude ist doppelte Innovationsfreude.
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Sie möchten sich gern mit Gleichgesinnten über agiles Projektmanagement, agile Entwicklung, agiles Testen oder einfach Agilität im allgemeinen austauschen? Sie fragen sich vielleicht, wie ein ganzes Unternehmen agil gemacht werden kann, oder wie Agilität skalieren kann? Dann sind Sie beim ...
Yey, Winter is coming! Let’s celebrate this with with a Hackergarten (Winter Edition)! Got a project you wanted to work on but never got the time? Want to contribute to open source? Then join us and hack away at the ...
What we can learn from epic fails to build a better IoT. A talk by Mirko Ross (@mirko_ross on Twitter) The talk can be held in English if necessary. Please register at: firstname.lastname@example.org German abstract: +++ Wenn der Teddybär zur ...
Microservices sound appealing, but what can we do with those ten-million-line code bases? Shared domain objects, horizontal coupling, and years of boundary erosion have left us with enormous complexity and spiderwebs of coupling. Michael will share techniques at various levels of abstraction, from implementation details to API design and responsibility allocation. There’s no silver bullet that will make it easy to decompose a monolith, but you’ll learn some techniques that have helped and some pitfalls to avoid, all based on Michael’s experience with both successful and failed transformations.
Feel free to join, there is no guest list but seating is limited.
Michael strives to raise the bar and ease the pain for developers across the country. He shares his passion and energy for improvement with everyone he meets, sometimes even with their permission. Michael has spent the better part of 20 years learning what it means to be a professional programmer who cares about art, quality, and craft. He’s always ready to spend time with other developers who are fully engaged and devoted to their work–the “wide awake” developers. On the flip side, he cannot abide apathy or wasted potential.
Michael has been a professional programmer and architect for nearly 20 years. During that time, he has delivered running systems to the U. S. Government, the military, banking, finance, agriculture, and retail industries. More often than not, Michael has lived with the systems he built. This experience with the real world of operations changed his views about software architecture and development forever. He worked through the birth and infancy of a Tier 1 retail site and has often served as “roving troubleshooter” for other online businesses.
These experiences give him a unique perspective on building software for high performance and high reliability in the face of an actively hostile environment.
Michael wrote “Release It! Design and Deploy Production-Ready Software”, a book that realizes many of his thoughts about building software that does more than just pass QA, it survives the real world. Michael previously wrote numerous articles and editorials, spoke at Comdex, and co-authored one of the early Java books.