Ronnie Mitra CA Technologies
APIs and Microservices are helping us to build systems that are incredibly change-friendly and innovation focused. The technology and tools are incredibly important to making this work, but nothing will happen unless you have the right people and processes in place. In the Microservices world, organization and culture are often claimed to be important, but rarely addressed beyond a mention of “Conway’s Law”. In this session, Ronnie Mitra will explore the people side of architecture and introduce a model for the people platform. You will learn how decisions, authority and energy can help you accelerate towards Microservices Harmony.
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October 10, 2017 09:05
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