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.
CloudNative London 2018
Three days in London
Explore six topics over three days: Observability, Deployment, Security, Corporate Stories, Strategy & Serverless. Learn how to make your apps run faster and more efficiently. Network and share ideas. Deploy like a pro.chaos-toolkit chaos-engineering cloud-native containers devops kubernetes schedulers cloudnativeapps
µCon London 2018 - The Microservices Conference
Two days in London
Speed of change matters to anyone building software. Many engineering teams have identified Microservices as an important component of this architectural approach to designing more flexible systems that can meet the needs of their fast changing businesses. Applying this approach however, is hard....cloud serverless architecture mucon microservices
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).
Lightning Talk: Coding for the Greater Good: Contributing to Humanitarian Toolbox
Featuring Steve Gordon
Disaster can strike anyone, anywhere. The Humanitarian Toolbox is a charity organisation focused on building software for disaster relief – both for the Non-Governmental Organisations that are involved in disaster relief, the citizen volunteers that donate their time to assist during a disaster....net code chairty prognet lightning-talk
Lightning Talk: KubeMQ Helping .NET MSMQ Apps to Migrate to Kubernetes
Featuring Lior Nabat
.NET architecture based companies are finding significant barriers moving to a distributed service architecture. This is mainly due to the massive usage of MSMQ messaging system which is not supported by Linux/Kubernetes paradigm. With help from CNCF open source projects, Lior would like to show....net node-js go .net-core kubemq linux kubernetes windows-vms
Tutorial: Practical Event-Sourcing with C# and EventStore
Featuring Sergio Silveira and Alexey Zimarev
Event-sourcing remains a hot topic in the industry. It enables a lot of possibilities to build reactive microservices that scale and collect a lot of useful data. After many years of talking about capturing behaviour in our domain models, you finally are able to persist with the behaviour in a....net microservices eventstore c# event-sourcing tutorial
Zero to Mobile Hero - Intro to Xamarin and Visual Studio Team Services
Featuring Luce Carter
You can be faced with a nightmare of Xcode, Android Studio, Objective C, Swift and other options. This means not only learning multiple languages and frameworks but also having to support two different codebases for the same application. But Xamarin Native and Xamarin.Forms offer a powerful,....net AI cognitive-services android ios f# c# visual-studio-team-services cross-platform mobile-development xamarin
Lessons Learned Building OrigoDB and Memstate
Featuring Robert Friberg
Robert started experimenting with data in-memory in the mid 90s. Fast forward and today Robert is lead architect and developer on Memstate, an event-sourced, ACID-transactional in-memory application platform. Memstate is a complete rewrite of OrigoDB targeting .NET Standard. Conceptually, they....net event-sourced memstate origodb