Dinosaurs and Microservices: Why Architecture Matters
For 160 million years, dinosaurs ruled the world. Then, pretty quickly, and with very few exceptions, they became extinct. Surely, there is something to learn here that will help us to improve the architecture of our software systems.
We will approximate the topic by trying to answer two pivotal questions: what would Charles Darwin say about microservices? And: is COBOL still relevant?
- Neos Conference 2019
- Center Stage