Track: Ask Me Anything (AMA)

Location: Manhattan Ballroom, 8th fl.

Day of week: Wednesday

Open space sessions and Ask me Anything with the conference speakers

Track Host:
10:35am - 11:25am

by Randy Shoup
VP Engineering at StitchFix, Previously @Google & @Ebay

Microservices almost seem to be the de facto way to build systems today, but are they always the answer? If they are the answer, what are the challenges you'll face at scale (both from a technical and organizational level)? What are the strategies you should use now that you are effectively building a distributed system? ...or what's the one thing you wish you'd known before you got here?

These questions and more will be asked in the Microservices: Pattern's & Practices Ask Me...

2:55pm - 3:45pm

by Katharina Probst
Engineering Manager @Netflix

by Chris Roche
Core Libraries Engineer @Lyft

by Christopher Burnett
Core Libraries Engineer @Lyft

by Michael Bryzek
Cofounder & CTO, previously Co-Founder & CTO @Gilt

by Cameron Waeland
Software Engineer @Compass

A binary protocol is a protocol which is intended or expected to be read by a machine rather than a human being, as opposed to a plain text protocol such as IRC, SMTP, or HTTP. Binary protocols have the advantage of terseness, which translates into speed of transmission and interpretation.

Join Katharina Probst, Engineering Manager @Netflix and host of the Next Gen APIs track, as she invites a panel of speakers to answer any and all questions on...


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