MEET DANIEL GEBLER, SPEAKER AT
CODEMOTION AMSTERDAM TECH CONFERENCE
BASED IN: Amsterdam – The Netherlands
ROLE and COMPANY: CTO at Picnic
WHY SHOULD PARTICIPANTS CHOOSE TO ATTEND YOUR TALK?
If you are moving to a microservices architecture, or building one from scratch, you are going to run into some trade-offs. A solution that’s right for one company, may not work for another. In this talk, we present how Picnic approaches this in an extremely dynamic start-up environment where time-to-market is key, the team size is small and the ambitions are high.
Title: Mesoservices: Architecture for optimal trade-off between engineering and operations efficiency
When: Tuesday, May 16th from 16:00 to 16:40
IF YOU WERE A PARTICIPANT WHICH TALKS WOULD YOU ATTEND AND WHY?
Ali King – because data collection should be a primary consideration when designing a system.
Vincent Kok or Anne Currie – because one does not simply create a micro services architecture.
Mete Atamel – because it’s important to get RPC right in a micro services architecture.
Daniël van Gils – because it’s relevant to current developments at Picnic.
Jan-Erik Rediger – because WebAssembly sounds interesting.
Phil Nash – to see if there’s anything more to learn about JWT.
WHAT IS HAPPENING IN YOUR FIELD IN 5 YEARS?
In the coming five years, the focus will be on finding architectural patterns for microservices architectures. Our focus will shift from “what functionality do we provide?” to “what data do we process?”, because data flow will dictate more than ever how a system should be structured. The fields of data engineering and software engineering will grow closer, and eventually merge.