Metro-Straße 10 – Düsseldorf
On a monthly basis, we organize get-together events, hosted by proud companies. This month, we will be at METRONOM in Düsseldorf!
|19:00 Registration, mingling, food & drinks||20:05 Audience Pitching|
|19:30 Welcome from Unicorns in Tech||20:15 Second talk “One night at a METRO depot – How to deliver food with microservices” by Silvia Schreier|
|19:40 Welcome from METRONOM||20:30 Selfie Time & Speed networking|
|19:45 First Talk “Migrating our micro services from Java to Kotlin – yet another awesome journey” by Björn Wendland||21:00 Socializing with drinks|
|20:00 Break||21:45 After event drinks (Bar to be announced)|
How to get there
Migrating our micro services from Java to Kotlin – yet another awesome journey”
by Björn Wendland
This talk elaborates our awesome journey migrate all our micro services from Java to Kotlin.
We will take a closer look at the challenges we faced as a team and the impact on our day to day work in an agile environment and how we overcame technical hurdles integrating with Spring Boot and introducing async workflows using Kotlin coroutines.
Finally we discuss at the actual benefits that we gained by moving all our micro services to Kotlin and do a critical review of our journey and an outlook at things to come.
I am a Full Stack Developer at METRONOM, Clean Code Evangelist, Dev Coach and part of the best vertical ever: Payments. We take part in setting the pace in technology by challenging your own solution, its architecture and its implementation every day.
One night at a METRO depot – How to deliver food with microservices
by Silvia Schreier
Have you ever thought about what happens after you submit an order in a webshop? No? You missed something, as the real fun and a lot of technical challenges are waiting from this point on.
As this is making the work at METRONOM quite special for me, I will share what is happening behind the scenes from a business perspective with you and how we are building and operating our large-scale microservice architecture to tackle these challenges every day all around the world.
As Product Owner at METRONOM, Silvia Schreier brings together business and IT in the exciting domain of Customer Order Fulfillment. With her strong background on web architecture, she seeks building and operating products with sustainable architectures which provide maximum benefit to the user.