16–19 Nov 2020
Chris Guzikowski

Check out these 7 essential resources before Software Architecture Berlin ’19

This collection of books, videos, and articles—all featuring experts speaking at the O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference in Berlin (November 4-7, 2019)—will help you build strong, scalable, and resilient architectures that will create advantages for your organization.

Chris Guzikowski, co-chair, O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference

The Architect's Guide to Creating an Effective Developer Experience for Cloud-native Apps

In this clip from Software Architecture Conference New York 2019, see the importance of developer experience in migration projects, and understand how the architect can improve it.

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How to Move Beyond a Monolithic Data Lake to a Distributed Data Mesh

Zhamak Dehghani, a principal consultant at ThoughtWorks, introduces data mesh, a new enterprise data architecture that helps organizations move beyond monolithic and centralized data lakes.

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97 Things Every Programmer Should Know

Kevlin Henney is a noted author and software expert, as well as the editor of 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know—a collection of short and extremely practical tips from a who’s who of software mainstays.

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Monolith to Microservices

Sam Newman’s new book is filled with practical advice to transition your monolith enterprise to a microservice architecture. It is a perfect follow-up to his classic Building Microservices.

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Building a Service-Delivery Infrastructure

In this session from Software Architecture Conference San Jose 2019, Paula Paul co-presents a deeper look at the necessary set of products and capabilities for a delivery infrastructure to support a distributed service or microservice architecture.

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Microservice Antipatterns and Pitfalls

Software architecture luminary Mark Richards points out the advantages—as well as the pitfalls—of a microservices approach.

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Domain-Driven Design Distilled

Domain-Driven Design (DDD) pioneer Vaughn Vernon’s concise and actionable book lets you focus on what you need to do to start getting results with DDD.

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