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Lightning Talk: How Birdie Uses An Event-based Approach To Scale

10th July 2019 in London at Business Design Centre

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In this talk, you will learn how birdie is an event-based approach as the core of its architecture. Samuel will share with you the reasoning of why he went to the path of using events instead of "updatable entities" for the core of his business logic, how he and his team built it and how it evolved after more than a year in production and millions of events.

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Lightning Talk: How Birdie Uses An Event-based Approach To Scale

Samuel ROZE

Passionate about products innovation and creation, Samuel is working with the London startup studio Kamet to help each venture to deliver the best. He is a "full-stack engineer", maintainer and contributor of a lot of open-source technologies like Symfony. After being CTO of a French web development company, he moved to London as an engineer and spent 2 years creating a product for developers, called ContinuousPipe.

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In this talk, you will learn how birdie is an event-based approach as the core of its architecture. Samuel will share with you the reasoning of why he went to the path of using events instead of "updatable entities" for the core of his business logic, how he and his team built it and how it evolved after more than a year in production and millions of events.

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Lightning Talk: How Birdie Uses An Event-based Approach To Scale

Samuel ROZE

Passionate about products innovation and creation, Samuel is working with the London startup studio Kamet to help each venture to deliver the best. He is a "full-stack engineer", maintainer and contributor of a lot of open-source technologies like Symfony. After being CTO of a French web development company, he moved to London as an engineer and spent 2 years creating a product for developers, called ContinuousPipe.

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