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In this talk Gaurav Gaglani of GoMicro.Services will talk about the technical details of getting the microservices advantage when you’re in a high-pressure, high-quality delivery shop.
Gaurav will take a tour of the ‘patterns and practices that matter’, and some of the pitfalls, when building software projects that will eventually need to be handed back to the client for ongoing development.
Not for the faint-hearted, and most certainly not an ivory-tower treatment, this will be a no-holds-barred expose on how the microservices architectural style stands up and in fact embraces the delivery pressures of a commercial software project delivery shop.
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The Technical Details of Accelerated Delivery with Microservices
Gaurav is the co-founder of Idyllic Software. Idyllic Software is a Ruby & Node.js firm who is now aggressively pursuing microservices for their customers. Gaurav has a technical background through his education and has worked as a software person for several companies in United States.