Event date: 9/20/2018 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Export event
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Seavus CodeTalks in Tirana 20.09.2018
Place: Tema British Pub
1. 18:00 - 18:15
Opening of the Seavus CodeTalks
2. 18:15 - 19:00
“How I learned to stop worrying and love the monolith” by Nikola Zivkov
The presentation explores the concept of a structured monolith, an architectural style that leverages the simplicity of the monolith (low technical complexity, single process, transactions, etc.) while having the prospect of microservices by relying on internal components which can be deployed as microservices when needed. These internal components are identified through DDD’s bounded context strategic pattern and have clearly defined boundaries represented as primary and secondary ports through the Ports and Adapters (a.k.a. Hexagonal) architecture.
15 minutes break
3. 19:15 - 20:00
“Domain Driven Design as approach and Command Query Responsibility Segregation as pattern for modern times” by Igor Lazarevski
- Can we do some tasks better?
- Do we think about scalability and maintainability when creating the architecture?
- Are we proud about application when we go to our next project?
- Does the application manage to fulfill client needs and expectation?
- Why don’t we talk about something maybe different from the usual, let's talk about DDD and CQRS, it can come handy sometimes.
4. 20:00 - 20:30
TheLionTalk Panel with the presenters and guest participants + questions from the audience.
Nikola Zivkov is a Technology Line Manager for Java at Seavus. With more than 14 years of experience in building Java enterprise solutions, he’s passionate about building resilient architectures that withstand the test of time (and ever-changing client demands).
Igor Lazarevski is a Technology line Manager in Seavus. Igor is passionate developer with more than 14 years of experience in various areas like Windows Forms, WPF, Windows service development but most focused on Web development with corresponding technologies. Main language of choice is C# but is not restricted to the same as technology agnostic architect. His experience is spread among several roles on a project like developer, architect, technical lead, technical manager. By profession, Igor is professor for Informatics Technologies and he is passionate to retire on some tropic island by choice.