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The goal of this session is the give participants a quick introduction into Java enterprise development without using the heavy weight tools and process that come with Spring & Java EE. The session will be a hands on test-driven journey through writing a rich web application using Simple Framework and a NoSQL backend. The session will be based on lessons learnt during the building of a large system for a ThoughtWorks client.
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David Morgantini has been writing code since the tender age of 6 years old and has been getting paid to do it for the past 12 years. He has worked in a variety of companies including several years working at ThoughtWorks. It was at ThoughtWorks where David grew out his thoughts around microservices and how to effectively deliver enterprise systems using small services. Currently David is ‘VP of Engineering’ at TES Global, an education technology company which recently completed a major refactor from a .NET monolith to NodeJS microservices. His current passions include coaching developers and delivering software as quickly as possible.
Akash has been a developer/consultant at ThoughtWorks for the past 5 years. Having worked on a variety of projects and client environments across multiple countries he has acquired project experience in Java, .NET and Ruby over this time. He is also