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Future Tech 2021: Brendan Burns – Why should you care about microservices?

Are microservices really a technical innovation? Or are they really about ideal team design? At the end of the day, technology changes rapidly, but people change slowly, if ever. This means that to truly build great systems, we need to understand how to enable our teams to excel, as well as how to use the […]

TEQnation 2022: Urs Peter – Event-Driven Microservices = Microservices Done Right

Are you slowly getting this uncomfortable feeling that Microservices might have brought you more trouble than relief? Have your Microservices turned into a landscape of distributed monoliths, tightly coupled and tangled, where a failure of one service cascades to many others? Have you implemented complex circuit breaker logic and other retry mechanisms or made essential […]

TEQnation 2022: Thijs Suijten – Saving Elephants with Raspberry Pi’s & Machine Learning

Go on an adventure to the heart of the African rainforest. You will learn how we help rangers protect endangered species using technology. I can tell you one thing. Using on-device machine learning and real-time communication without power and internet is quite a challenge…

TEQnation 2022: Mete Atamel – Choreography vs Orchestration in serverless microservices

We went from a single monolith to a set of microservices that are small, lightweight, and easy to implement. Microservices enable reusability, make it easier to change and scale apps on demand but they also introduce new problems. How do microservices interact with each other toward a common goal? How do you figure out what […]

TEQnation 2022 Keynote: Sander Hoogendoorn & Kim van Wilgen – Flow. The worst development approach

Full title: Flow. The worst software development approach in history Ever since we started writing code in the fifties of the previous century, managers and project managers have tried to discipline and structure the way we work. However, no matter how many consultants and coaches are hired to implement increasingly complex process frameworks and methodologies, […]

TEQnation 2022: Daniel Abrahams & Sébastien Hoekstra – Attack! And now it’s mine

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TEQnation 2022: Joost Fleuren, Willem Scalongne & Michiel Mayer – KVK Business Registrations 3.0

Full title: KVK Business Registrations 3.0 – It’s all about revocation! Functional programming is gaining popularity and partly because of this people have been switching to Kotlin. Although it fits the paradigm better than Java, there is still quite a bit missing to unleash the full power of FP. Arrow is here to fill in […]

TEQnation 2022: Stephan Hogenboom – Functional programming in Kotlin: exploring Arrow

Functional programming is gaining popularity and partly because of this people have been switching to Kotlin. Although it fits the paradigm better than Java, there is still quite a bit missing to unleash the full power of FP. Arrow is here to fill in the missing bits with things like new datatypes, e.g. Try, Either, […]
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