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A microservices architecture can help teams build more flexible and resilient systems where changes can be released more frequently to production. To make adopting microservices successful, you need to focus as much time on refactoring your teams and culture as you do your code. To make the most out of a flexible, decoupled architecture, you need teams that are similarly decoupled and independent. How do you build teams that can make the most of this architecture and deliver features frequently without getting locked down in inter-team dependency hell? How do you help teams take responsibility for their changes and maintain short release cycles? In this talk, David Genn, CTO at Goji will share with you some patterns you can use for refactoring your culture and teams so they can be places where people want to bring their best without needing additional layers of management and co-ordination. You can often be more confident in how to handle the technical challenges involved in adopting a new paradigm, in this talk you'll explore some of the patterns and approaches you can use to give us similar confidence in refactoring your organisations.
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