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“BUILD STUFF” is a Software Development Conference for people who actually build stuff. We bring world-class speakers, letting them share about the latest developments, trends and innovations, as well as new directions in software development. Since launching in 2012, it’s really caught on quickly.

Recognized by developers from all over Europe, international Software Development Conference Build Stuff’15 Lithuania will feature 3 days (18-20 Nov’15) of conference sessions and 2 days (21-22 Nov’15) of workshops.


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Friday, November 20 • 13:15 - 14:10
(SLIDES) Sam Elamin @samelamin - Monoliths to Microservices. A Journey

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Your monolithic system is a pain to work with and maintain. Moving to a distributed system will solve all your problems and you will be in developer heaven. Right? You will be working with cool technologies and amazing concepts. Plus, it's Microservices! So what could possibly go wrong?

In this talk Sam Elamin will relate his real life experience migrating a single ASP.NET application with a monolithic database to a distributed system dealing with £100,000 transactions every hour. Sam will cover the challenges faced, the lessons learned, and offer some final takeaways.

This "from the trenches" story will show you the pitfalls to avoid when doing Microservices.

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Sam Elamin

Software Craftsman, Samelamin
Sam has been a software developer professionally for the last 8 years, but has been programming just for fun from a long-long time ago! | Sam loves Agile, TDD and Clean code. But over all the software craftsmanship movement, he is a DDD evangelist and of course an active member and sometimes host of the London software craftsmanship meetup group | Sam likes to continuously learn from his failures. Kaizen is the motto.



Friday November 20, 2015 13:15 - 14:10
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