Change is inevitable, and the pace of innovation is increasing all the time; are you ready to learn how to make your code stand the test of time? Join Russ Miles and learn the newest techniques in making code that lasts!
Ever experienced that moment where your heart sinks at the words "We just want you to make this one, small and trivial change…".
If you build software, change is an inevitable force in your life and your ability to react to change can be the difference between a killer product and a last-to-the-post flop.
Given that change and speed of software evolution is so critical, why is it that so much software becomes a millstone around yourself and your team's next, leading to you dreading the next inevitable change that's needed? For over 10 years, focus has been consistently applied to helping us work in a more agile and adaptable fashion, with far less focus on how to create software that thrives in an agile environment.
As companies are becoming more and more agile, and see how they can now adapt in order to innovate and compete faster than their competition, software development teams are being forced to maintain and evolve large, monolithic applications at a pace of change that those architectures were never meant to withstand, let alone embrace!
Microservices are a new approach to architecting applications that embrace and thrive on change. They are simple, single-purpose, lightweight architectural components that enable you to deliver software faster. The microservice architectural approach also aims to lead to software that thrives on change while at the same time being secure, performant, and stable.
This hands-on, extremely practical course will teach you how and why to design, deploy and manage micro service based architectures. Using microservices, this course will teach you how to build software that adapts as fast as your business and requirements do.
Want to come along? Tickets for this 3-day course go at £1995 + VAT - and if you'd like to find out more about the program or tickets, you can at https://skillsmatter.com/courses/498-antifragility