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Presentation: "Micro-Service Architecture: The Anti-Pattern of the Future?"

Time: Wednesday 15:10 - 16:00 / Location: Superior

Micro-service architectures are considered by some to be the coolest next generation for web service delivery. Others prefer simpler system architectures and monolithic services. During this talk we will example the strengths and weaknesses of these approaches and where you might choose one over the other or indeed if there are hybrid architectures hiding between these two extremes. First we need a good common understanding of what a micro-service is. Lets start there.

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Rachel Laycock, Lead Consultant at ThoughtWorks

Rachel Laycock

Biography: Rachel Laycock

Rachel Laycock works for ThoughtWorks as a Lead Consultant with 10 years of experience in systems development. She has worked on a wide range of technologies and the integration of many disparate systems. Since working at ThoughtWorks, Rachel has coached teams on Agile and Continuous Delivery technical practices and has played the role of coach, trainer, technical lead, architect, and developer. She is now a member of the Technical Advisory Board to the CTO, which regularly produces the ThoughtWorks Technology Radar. Rachel is fascinated by problem solving and has discovered that people problems are often more difficult to solve than software ones.