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The talk will cover how a microservices approach enables a “don’t standardise” option that embraces a full stack approach, how an application is broken up into microservice pipelines to support important features, and why it was so attractive to using Node as a foundation for application and platform services. Taking the gloves off, Russ and Gawain will talk about the many pain points that were overcome, including testing in a world full of changeable microservices...
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Why Microservices need a Full Stack
Russ' experience covers almost every facet of software delivery having worked across many different domains including Financial Services, Publishing, Defence, Insurance and Search. With over 18 years experience of consultancy, coaching and training, Russ helps to change all facets of the software delivery process in order to remove unnecessary and costly complexity in everything from developer skills and practices, through applying the right processes for the job at hand, to ensuring that the right change is delivered, be it through software or otherwise.