Kingsley is a Partner at Underscore consulting, and has spent over a decade designing, developing and supporting large scale systems for a number of clients including, Betfair, the BBC, Barclaycard and others that don't start with a B ;-) While working to make things better, he’s seen a steady evolution towards functional programming, a sharper focus on development operation teams and tools and decomposing big things into smaller composable things commonly called services.
I'm speaking at...
µCon London 2017: The Microservices Conference
Two days in London
Speed of change matters to anyone building software. Many engineering teams have identified Microservices as an important component of this architectural approach to designing more flexible systems that can meet the needs of their fast changing businesses. Applying this approach however, is hard....cloud serverless architecture mucon microservices
Talks I've Given
Scala Services in Action - Beginner
Featuring Kingsley Davies and Sofia Cole
Microservices have become one of the main sweet spots for Scala development teams. What frameworks are out there to make delivery teams more productive? How do the stacks, stack up ? And what are the important factors for comparison?stack microservices services scalax scala
Serverless Services In Action
Featuring Kingsley Davies
The serverless deployment model has many features that complement the microservice architecture pattern, as it caters for configuration and scalability without the necessity of an experienced ops capability. The cost model is also complimentary to requiring a number of small and isolated services...microservices architecture mucon serverless
Sado MicroServices: compelling factors driving microservices and useful safety words
Featuring Asher Glynn and Kingsley Davies
Microservices have been garnered a lot of attention and popularity in recent times, but service evolution is neither a new thing nor free.devops real-world case-study microservices mucon