Designing the Modern Distributed System
No software is an island, and never has that been more true than today. Every system we build interconnects with other systems, and allows us to create value through that coordination and synchronization. But each connection also increases, some would say exponentially increases, the cost of keeping such systems up to date and also decreases the independence to change. This session will explore how best to design systems to avoid these challenges, and modern trends that should be looked at that may well radically alter some of these challenges in years to come.
The Vice President of Consulting with Improving Enterprises. He is a passionate advocate of apprenticeship and mentorship in corporate environments. He has been awarded the Microsoft MVP 11 times in recognition of his expertise and community leadership. He is also a conference organizer, an author, and can be found speaking across the world on agile processes, software design, and career management. He lives in the North Dallas area with his amazing wife Kate.
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