Earlier this year, I taught three microservices training classes at Healthesystems. They are a Tampa, FL based company that is migrating their large, complex monolithic application to a microservices architecture. They have invested heavily in bringing outside expertise to help with the modernization of their application and my training classes were part of that.
At SpringOne Platform, I chatted with Sam Alexander, the Enterprise Architect at Healthesystems, and Mark Sinclair, a solutions architect, about how the developers at Healthesystems benefited from the training.
I really enjoyed my time at Healthesystems. They are smart people embarking on an exciting project. If you live in the Tampa area please take a look at their open positions.