Originally from the UK, Jason is a software guy now living in Atlanta, GA. He’s been slinging code since the age of 12 and would dearly love to be slinging code until he finally pops his clogs.
He’s worked at startups, airlines, telcos and software companies big and small. He’s currently Director of Engineering at Lancope in the US - a fast growing network security company that helps enterprises protect what is important from advanced cyber threats.
On the side, he also runs a blog devoted to the topic of microservices
Talks I've Given
Microservices based architectures - a path to "Living Software"
Featuring Jason Chambers
The age of large monolithic software architectures needs to come to close. A 1M LOC Java EE application is an example of such a monolith.microservices mucon architecture