SkillsCast coming soon.
An exhaustive discussion of fault tolerance could span years if not decades, but in this session, we'll look at some things we can do to deal with failures without bringing our applications to their knees (or worse).
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Getting started with fault tolerance
Ashic Mahtab is a passionate and highly respected member of London's developer community, Passionate about Software Craftsmanship, Software Design, Messaging, DDD, CQRS, Event Sourcing, Git and Versioning and almost anything to do with software, Ashic regularly speaks about these topics at international conferences, meetups and user groups..