What we'll do
Microservices, a buzzword, the future, the golden child?
Microservices is a particular way of designing software applications as suites of independently deployable services instead of a single monolithic application.
Microservices may not be the silver bullet it's often made out to be, but if applied correctly can save your startup both development time and money.
Alexander Karan has just completed rebuilding a platform and will demonstrate how Microservices can save development time, reduce your cloud/servers costs and respond to your platform requirements quickly and easily.
Microservices can often feel daunting but don't let that put you off as they can help your startup scale. Alexander will cover both development setup/insights and business requirements for using Microservices.
So if you're a developer, a founder, or anyone involved in tech, grab a Voltage Espresso (https://www.facebook.com/voltageespresso) and come and learn how microservices can help you deliver quality software, faster.
Over the last ten years, Alexander has built systems from their infancy and salvaged the code of others to create something worthwhile. Systems architecture is where his strengths lay, and he has utilised these skills countless times to ensure his team and applications are heading in the right direction.
Alexander is currently the CTO at ClimateClever (www.climateclever.org) working to help schools and communities reduce their carbon footprint, and indirectly their bills. His current tech stack is Node.js, Express.js, Mongo.DB, AWS and React.
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