This group aims to bring together forward-thinking developers of all levels to share best practices and embrace continuous learning. An artisan is a craftsman who creates premium, handmade goods - in the context of software development, an artisan strives to bring the same level of care and quality to their day-to-day work.
We were born out of the ALT.NET movement, but quickly morphed into something more broad, with a much larger focus than .NET. We talk about soft things like career management and team dynamics, and hard technical things like scaling with Erlang, and domain driven design.
You'll have an opportunity to interact with like-minded group members by communicating your thoughts and opinions and presenting things that are important or interesting to you. Plus, free pizza! For more information, see http://indysa.org .
In the effort to be buzz-word compliant you get onboard and start making a microservice for nearly everything. You have learned that the only way to grow in this programming industry is to use microservices so you took a look at your codebase and started hacking away. Months later you pull your head out only to realize you have spent way too much time and money going the wrong direction from the start.
In this presentation I will talk about pros and cons of microservices. You will learn when and how to get started creating microservices and when you absolutely under no uncertain terms should create them. When and how to tear apart existing applications to well defined services.
Sean Whitesell President of Tulsa .NET User Group
Sean is an Microsoft MVP and ASP Insider. He has been the President of Tulsa .NET User Group since 2009, and a Cloud Architect with TokenEx. Sean has been programming and playing with electronics for over 20 years. He also has multiple black belts in martial arts.