In this talk, Russ Miles will show how making simplicity a priority can lead to easier to maintain solutions, even when approached using unfamiliar languages. How each concept that is often thought of as 'only for the functional crowd', or just plain misunderstood, is in fact simply and, eventually, easily implemented using your favourite language of choice once you've donned the right thinking caps.
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Russ Miles is CEO and co-founder of Reliably, where he and his team build products and services that help developers build and run reliable systems. Russ is co-founder of the free and open source Chaos Toolkit project, and is also an international consultant, trainer, speaker, and author. His most recent book, "Learning Chaos Engineering" by O'Reilly Media explores how to build trust and confidence in modern, complex systems by applying chaos engineering to surface evidence of system weaknesses before they affect your users.