About the Author

Richard Rodger started coding on the Sinclair ZX Spectrum in 1986 and hasn’t stopped since. He’s a difficult employee and, left with no other options, has been forced to cofound software companies; the most recent is voxgig, a social network for the conference industry, where he’s absolutely using microservices to pay the mortgage. He also cofounded nearForm, one of the first (and best!) Node.js and microservice consultancies. Before that, he was CTO of FeedHenry, a SaaS platform for mobile apps, since acquired by Red Hat.

Richard studied mathematics and philosophy at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, and computer science at the Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland. He’s a terrible mathematician and a worse philosopher, ...

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