A couple of weeks ago, I spoke at the MicroXchg conference in Berlin. It is a small, two track conference that is just about microservices. Lots of great topics. In particular, it was nice to see that the discussion has moved beyond the basics of what is a microservice? Quite a few speakers shared their practical experiences with using to microservices. Notable speakers included James Lewis, Suzanne Kaiser, and Praveena Fernandes.
I gave a talk on a pattern language for microservices. Here are the slides.
Here is the video.
I also took part in a panel.
Berlin has some good restaurants. I had some great Turkish food at Hassir Mitte.
To learn more about microservices:
- See the pattern language at microservices.io
- Check out the example applications that are written using the Eventuate platform
- I am teaching a microservices class in Oakland, CA on April 28th.
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