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The hottest .NET meetup online. We’ll bring leading .NET representatives together in one place and ask them exciting questions related to the technology. This evening will delight you with two special guests – Mike Martin from Microsoft (Belgium) and Jakub Nabrdalik from Bottega IT Minds (Poland). During the meetup, each expert will raise topical issues, and we will analyze real cases and solutions to them. We promise that these three hours are going to be the hottest hours of this fall. Just register to participate, and we will remind you about your participation in the event.

30/11/2022

17:00 UTC

Online

English

Our speakers

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Mike Martin

Senior Cloud Solution Architect. Microsoft

As a Microsoft Cloud Solution Architect and tech evangelist, Mike is a go-to for IT vendors. He’s been active in IT for more than 20 years and dealt with almost all areas – from coaching and leading teams to architecting and designing systems. Since 2012, he’s been a member of AZUG, giving presentations and organizing events like ITProceed, Techorama, etc. Mike was also a Microsoft Azure MVP (awarded five times) and Advisor. Today, he’s mainly into the Microsoft Cloud Platform and application lifecycle management.

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Jakub Nabrdalik

Solution Architect, Mentor. Bottega IT Minds

Jakub has been a SA, Developer, and Mentor for over 20 years. He deals with the entire process of system building – from architecture design and coding to mentorship and team management. Having worked with a variety of domains, Jakub possesses 7 years of experience in microservices, clouds, K8S, and Kafka, as well as 15 years in Java, JVM, Spring, Groovy, and Kotlin. His track record includes over 200 workshops and talks on DDD, TDD, distributed modular architectures, etc. Moreover, he has built from scratch and manages a corporation’s IT department of 50 people.

Topics and speakers

Time
Speaker
Topic
17:00 UTC
Mike Martin
"Failure is not an Option: resilient cloud design for Azure". We all deploy to Azure (or any other cloud). Still, I see too many solutions built upon VM foundations but no real cloud native or, which is worse, resilient design. Let's talk about the patterns and the services in Azure that can help you build a design that is failure-resilent on all levels.
18:00 UTC
Jakub Nabrdalik
"Common Mistakes When Migrating to Microservices". Since I'm involved in helping enterprises migrate their architecture to microservices, I’ve noticed some common mistakes and learned to eliminate them. We will analyze various migration methods, common mistakes, and various approaches to prevent them. These practices are applicable regardless of your programming language.

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