Tagged with: paas, scaling, platform, service, web, components, microservices, nodejs, node
Microservices and web components are two of the next Next Big Steps for modern software development, for the server and client side respectively. Although involving quite different new tools and techniques though, in reality both of these developments share a common development practices heritage, as extensions of the same forward trend of good software design principles.
In this talk we’ll first take a careful look at what on earth microservices and web components really are, and examine how you’d build full-stack Node.JS application using both of them. We’ll then discuss their shared underlying heritage, why these shared principles make both concepts so powerful in practice, and how you can use that more generally to design great applications in future.
Thomas Buckley-Houston will be taking a technical look at the Platform As A Service paradigm (eg; Heroku) to see how it handles large scale traffic. And imaging what the Internet would be like if large scale applications like Google weren’t dictated by corporate agendas.
We’re pleased to announce that our YouTube channel is now live and has this month’s talks on it for you to watch now.
We intend to record each month’s talks and post the videos there.
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