Talk in English - US at Dutch PHP Conference 2018
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The much hyped "Microservice Architecture" tells us to design our services to be autonomous. Let's find out what this means and how we can achieve it. In this talk I will guide you through the fascinating world of asynchronous communication, event-driven systems and distributed data.
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Gave a good overview of the theory. Now to do it in real live. The presentation was clear with good sheets an images. Good time management.
Good speaker. I learned a lot about what microservices are, and the trade offs in using them.
I left with my head spinning with ideas!
Inspiring with plenty of food for thought on how to approach services. Not necessarily something you can run off and implement just from the presentation, but a balanced and nicely visualized introduction on some different concepts.
Good story, great insights. Always fun to watch and it was easy to follow. Bonus points for the slides and making fun of me.
I love watching talks from speakers that are smarter than me. I love the fact that this wasn't presented as "just another microservices talk". Instead it was a balanced talk where software design choices made sense and had a purpose.
Glad to see that it wasn't the typical Microservices Kumbaya and that the pros and cons were clearly mentioned
Another excellent talk by Matthias. I especially loved how he unwittingly combined several topics from the talks I saw the day before and forged them together into a cohesive and well structured whole. Lot's a small threads of ideas I had from the previous day came together here.
Coming from the workshop on this topic, it was really good to have some of the key concepts reinforced and explained in more detail. Matthias is a great speaker in my opinion, and he gives a well prepared speech with valuable theoretical insight into the subject.
Great content, well presented, and a LOT of information in 45 minutes!