eSynergy Solutions build diverse technology teams for some of the most innovative organisations in the world. Our regular involvement in the technical community; running events, meetups and online webinars, allows us to build relationships with the best highly skilled software professionals in the market. We also know that keeping great people is just as important as finding them; our offering provides your existing team a community to share ideas and feel part of. To find out more about our community and offering visit our website or get in touch with a member of our team today.
Skills Matter and eSynergy Solutions share a fundamental belief in the importance of community. Recognising aligned passions for the software engineering community, eSynergy has sponsored various conferences, meetups and user groups at Skills Matter over recent years. With the opening of CodeNode, eSynergy takes the role of Skills Matter's official recruitment partner, launching the Career Hub at CodeNode from August 2015.
“We recognise the importance of attracting, retaining and upskilling employees. Our collaboration with Skills Matter and onsite hub at CodeNode will enable us to offer our services to those looking for a new opportunity, wanting to hire top talent and provide our community with opportunities to upskill.” eSynergy’s director & co-founder Patrick Crompton.
To the Pub
If you're dead on your feet and want to skip straight to the pub, from 6PM we'll be opening up the bar (see programme for location details).
Implementing Microservices In Serverless Paradigm
Featuring Nikhil Barthwal
Microservices architecture uses an assembly of fine grained services to deliver functionality. The goal of this architectural style is to innovate by reducing the dependencies between teams which results in faster code to production.
Serverless Architecture Code is an execution model where...architecture distributed-systems mucon dependency-management serveless microservices
Lightning Talk: Microservice Or Micromonolth
Featuring Andy Czerwinski
So what criteria do you use to describe the microservices that you have deployed into production? Do they follow the "golden path" of each service having control over every aspect of its self and all its supporting services? Or as you break up the ancient monolith, do you recreate lots...architecture spring-boot devops mucon microservices spring-cloud
Keynote: Operating Microservices: Everything Is at Scale
Featuring Sarah Wells
If you only have to do things a few times, you can do them manually. With microservices, you need to automate pretty much everything. Doing it manually just takes too long.
And it’s not just provisioning and deployment pipelines. How do you keep service run books up to date for 100+ services?...kubernetes architecture microservices mucon
Scaling Microservices with Message Queues, Spring Boot and Kubernetes
Featuring Daniele Polencic
You used the Spring framework to create web-services in the blink of an eye. And you know how great it’s to build small services that compose into a larger system. And it works great — until you have to run it in production.
With so many dependencies, how do you deploy applications in the right...architecture spring-boot microservices kubernetes
Keynote: How to be WRONG with Microservices, and still WIN
Featuring Russ Miles
Being wrong is often seen as the WORSE THING THAT CAN HAPPEN(tm), especially when you’re building business critical applications and services. But the increased velocity of modern software development, as enabled with continuous delivery and a micro services architectural style, plus the...architecture mucon microservices
Lightning Talk: Type Me If You Can: A Type-driven Approach to Microservice Development
Featuring Rumyana Neykova
Types are probably the last thing that comes to your mind when someone mentions microservices. The aim of this talk is to change this misconception.
Rumyana will share with you that types can be used to understand, test, specify and verify microservices. In particular, she will give you a crash...architecture type-driven microservices-development microservices
Keynote: Not Just Events: Developing Asynchronous Microservices
Featuring Chris Richardson
The microservice architecture functionally decomposes an application into a set of services. Each service has its own private database that’s only accessible indirectly through the services API. Consequently, implementing queries and transactions that span multiple services is challenging. In...architecture cqrs events keynote microservices mucon
Lightning Talk: Microservices and Dependency Mapping - How to Obtain and Leverage the Graph of the System Component Interactions
Featuring Mikael Wozniak
BritishGas adopted microservices 2 years ago. A heavily distributed architectural style that comes with opportunities and challenges when it comes to understanding how a given system actually works. Mapping the dependencies between the ever growing list of involved components is becoming crucial...tracing-tools neo4j self-actualising-graph dependency-mapping architecture microservices