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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.
Michael Brunton-Spall is the head of digital security for Government Digital Service. He helps set and assess security standards and advises on building secure services within government. Previously Michael has worked in the news industry, the gaming industry, the finance industry and the gambling industry.
Svetlana Galkina is a full-stack web developer with an experience of building software in different domains, currently employed by metabolic engineering institute in Technical University of Denmark.
One of a team of Architects that shape and drive the Digital Transformation of the British Gas website. Advocate of HTML5 and the move to client side applications running in client Browsers. Advocate of API technology and API's to split the views (supplied by EmberJS web applications) and the data via microservices (supplied by RESTFUL api's using NetflixOSS and SpringCloud/SpringBoot).