Understanding Microservices: A Guide for the Monolithic Developer
Come join us and learn about some of the finer details of moving from a monolithic architecture to a microservices architecture with examples in .NET 6.
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5:30PM - NETWORKING: Doors open, head to the room identified when you check in. Take the opportunity to mingle with your fellow community developers.
6:00PM - INTRODUCTION: Housekeeping, open mic and other community announcements & request.
6:15PM - MAIN PRESENTATION: Microservice Architecture and the reasons why you should move to it, and the reasons you shouldn't, have been well discussed. If you have already decided to move over to microservices from monolithic development, then you may be finding the whole process a bit daunting. What aspects should you, a developer be concerned with? What does all the terminology mean? How do the services talk to each other? In this session, I will show you how to get started with microservices architecture, answering these questions and many more. We'll look at The Tacky Tacos project, built with ASP.NET 6, and explore how the whole process fits together from a development point of view. Hopefully, you'll leave the session with the confidence to start your own microservices application development straight away!
Layla Porter (https://twitter.com/laylacodesit) is a Developer Advocate at VMware serving the .NET community. She is a Live Coder on Twitch, a Microsoft MVP, a GitHub Star, and the founder of the #WomenOfDotNet Initiative. Layla loves sharing knowledge whilst having fun. No question is stupid and beginners are always welcome.