A day dedicated to digital transformation with microservices

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Microservices day is coming to London! Organized by nearForm and sponsored by RedHat, the event takes place in the City of London’s iconic Barbican Centre on May 10, 2016. Registration is open now.

The Barbican Centre, London

The Barbican Centre, London

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The nearForm webinar on Richard Rodger’s book ‘The Tao of Microservices’ took place on March 29, 2016.

The slides and recording are here:

The conversation starts at about 4:00 minutes.

In the webinar, I chatted to author Richard Rodger about several aspects of the microservices architecture, including the trade-offs involved in using microservices architectures, what to do about technical debt, and the key role of messages.

Also, find out what this piece of fifteenth-century Japanese pottery has to do with it all!

Kintsugi

Kintsugi

After last week’s release of the first two chapters of his new book, The Tao of Microservices, nearForm co-founder and CTO Richard Rodger is holding a follow-on webinar. The webinar takes place on Tuesday March 29, 2016, at 17:00 hrs GMT. Participation is free and registration is open now.

Book cover, 'The Tao of Microservices'

Book cover, ‘The Tao of Microservices’ by Richard Rodger

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A presentation by Richard Rodger at the Microservices Dublin meetup, September 30, 2015

Want to know what are “the three most important lines of code you’ll ever write”? Read on! (Or skip to the end… I can take it. :))

The most recent Microservices Dublin meetup took place on September 30, 2015. The theme of the evening was “How microservices fail and what to do about it”, presented by nearForm CTO Richard Rodger.

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