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Meet up

London Java Community July

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Wednesday, 24th July at CodeNode, London

This meetup is organised by LJC: London Java Community Starts at 6:30 PM.

Come join us to find out acceptance testing in microservices and how to get better at what you do!

Get better at what you do—with intent

As a free-lancer you want to bring more value and charge more for it. But you’re on your own to build out your skill set. If you don’t help yourself, no one else will. All it takes is showing intent. In this talk, we’ll look at tactics that one can use to build a little system to push your own boundaries. It’s light-weight but helps create discipline and transparency in the process.

Sergey Soloviov

Sergey Soloviov works as a mentor and coach. Having worked with dozens of tech teams over 15 years he now helps product people progress in their craft. In this talk, he will take the effective techniques he uses with his clients and apply them to free-lance world.

Acceptance Testing in Microservices

Microservices is being widely adopted as an architectural pattern during the last decade thanks to the business agility it enables. This pattern incentivises teams owning separate business domains to move as independently as possible. However, the need remains to test and verify that all these services will work as expected in cooperation. This can end up being harder at times given there are more moving parts that need to be setup appropriately in order to perform the necessary testing. This talk is essentially a story from the trenches, which goes through some of the challenges we faced with testing in a microservices environment and how we overcame some of them.

Dimos Raptis

Dimos Raptis is currently working as a Software Engineer for R3 on the Corda blockchain platform. He has been working with microservices architecture for the last 3 years. His main areas of interest are distributed systems, clean & elegant software and testing, but this list keeps growing alarmingly. He is blogging at https://dimosr.github.io/blog

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Overview

Come join us to find out acceptance testing in microservices and how to get better at what you do!

Get better at what you do—with intent

As a free-lancer you want to bring more value and charge more for it. But you’re on your own to build out your skill set. If you don’t help yourself, no one else will. All it takes is showing intent. In this talk, we’ll look at tactics that one can use to build a little system to push your own boundaries. It’s light-weight but helps create discipline and transparency in the process.

Sergey Soloviov

Sergey Soloviov works as a mentor and coach. Having worked with dozens of tech teams over 15 years he now helps product people progress in their craft. In this talk, he will take the effective techniques he uses with his clients and apply them to free-lance world.

Acceptance Testing in Microservices

Microservices is being widely adopted as an architectural pattern during the last decade thanks to the business agility it enables. This pattern incentivises teams owning separate business domains to move as independently as possible. However, the need remains to test and verify that all these services will work as expected in cooperation. This can end up being harder at times given there are more moving parts that need to be setup appropriately in order to perform the necessary testing. This talk is essentially a story from the trenches, which goes through some of the challenges we faced with testing in a microservices environment and how we overcame some of them.

Dimos Raptis

Dimos Raptis is currently working as a Software Engineer for R3 on the Corda blockchain platform. He has been working with microservices architecture for the last 3 years. His main areas of interest are distributed systems, clean & elegant software and testing, but this list keeps growing alarmingly. He is blogging at https://dimosr.github.io/blog

Thanks to our sponsors

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