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Tuesday, October 5 • 17:00 - 18:00
10 Design Tips for Java MicroServices Developers

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At the intersection of science, art, patterns, and methods, Design 4 Developers (Design4Developers.io) gives you practices and patterns for creating better microservices that are simpler to test, write, and deploy. Developers spend a great deal of time writing software for consumption by humans, but don’t necessarily consider humans in the process. In this session, we'll use specific Java Examples and overlay them with a focus on human-centered technology needs. These needs are universal to all of us as humans and transcend any technical choice. Being aware of these needs will ultimately make you a better developer no matter what kind of development you do. We'll discuss: - How to compliment your development and deployment efforts with human considerations using the 5Es (Entice, Enter, Engage, Exit, and Extend) to design compelling MicroServices experiences - How to overlay them with the 9 principles of “The SaaS-Ment” to identify typical friction with MicroServices creation.

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Jim Tyrrell

Senior Principal Solutions Architect, Red Hat
Jim Tyrrell founded Design 4 Developers an Open Community targeting the intersection of Design and Software Development. Jim is a 25 year Java veteran, who has spent more than a decade thinking about how Design intersects with Software Development. To further his skills in Design... Read More →

Tuesday October 5, 2021 17:00 - 18:00 CEST
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