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Hi Cédric, Hi Nicolas, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? Hi! My name is Cédric Vidal and I’ve been passionate about software since I got my first Macintosh SE in 1987, I was 7 and never stopped since. I’ve been designing numerous server architecture styles since my first monolith TCP […]

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Hi Mike, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? Hi,  my name is Mike Francois and I’ve been freelance in Belgium for 5 years now (and more than 14 years in development ). I’m coming from France and travelled in many places to get experience, learnt different approaches and culture around […]

Mike François
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Hi Guillaume, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? I’m Guillaume Laforge, working as a Developer Advocate for Google Cloud Platform at day, and promoting the Apache Groovy language at night. I’m a Java Champion, and also one of the happy co-founders of the Cast Codeurs podcast (in French). As a […]

Guillaume Laforge
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Hi all, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? Hi, my name isMohamed, I work at Sfeir and I define myself as a Cloud Native Developer and Architect, I write code in Java, Python and Go, I also design a secured and automated cloud environments for big organizations. The first time […]

Workshop Deploy Microservices on Kubernetes and Istio
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Hi all, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? We are Régina ten Bruggencate and Linda van der Pal both Java developers at Trailblazers and Java Champions. We attend and speak at a lot of conferences and heard a lot about microservices, but most of the talks were about framework X […]

Workshop How to Build Them and How to Cross Them
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Hi all, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? Hi, my name is Julien Dubois, I’m the creator of JHipster and I work as Chief Innovation Officer at Ippon Technologies, with my colleagues Pierre and Pascal. I started working on distributed applications in 2000, when I was doing my first J2EE […]

Workshop Spring Cloud Microservices with JHipster
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Hi all, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? Hi! My name is Ivan and I am one of the leaders of the Bulgarian JUG. I am into Java development since the dawn of the century and for the most part I’ve worked in a big enterprise (SAP Labs Bulgaria). Now […]

Workshop MicroProfile
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Hi Jakub, hi Kenny, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? We are both Spring Developer Advocates working at Pivotal. We spend most of our time supporting various customers from our industry, with a focus on moving code from development to production with increased speed and agility. Microservices embody one of […]

Kenny Bastani and Jakub Pilimon
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Hi Romain, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? I’m a young software developer, I’ve co-developed the first version of Gatling, and worked as a consultant for several years. Afterwards, I have worked for around 5 years in a small team responsible for a large product, as developer, architect, and lead […]

Romain Sertelon
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Hi Serhat, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? I’m a technical evangelist working for OpsGenie based in İstanbul. I’ve been involved in various parts of software development ranging from mobile to frontend to backend to operations, going all the way down to the dark side! Prior to working as an […]

Serhat Can
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Hi Katherine, Hi Adam, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? We are both software engineers at IBM, currently working with Apache Kafka in IBM Messaging. We first worked together on WebSphere Liberty where we helped our customers to build microservice applications. The text-based microservice adventure Game On and two IBM […]

Katherine Stanley and Adam Pilkington
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Hi, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? Hi, I’m Emmanuel Bernard, Hibernate contributor, Java Champion and Chief Architect, Data at Red Hat middleware. I’ve always been involved in improving how to process data from within applications. With microservices, the challenge is more complex because it involves inter system data communication. […]

Emmanuel Bernard and Madou Coulibaly
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Hi Vladimir, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? I am founder and JUG Leader of AmsterdamJUG. I am part of profesional IT scene since 2006, in other words I am paid to develop software and solve complex problems in creative way since 2006. I had various titles over the years, […]

Vladimir Dejanovic
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Hi Emily, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? I am Emily Jiang. I am Liberty Architect for MicroProfile and CDI. I am passionate on the future of microservices and very keen to set up programming model for developing cloud native microservcies. Hence, I am involved in MicroProfile, to optimise enterprise […]

Emily Jiang
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Hi Rachel and Melanie, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? Hi, I’m Rachel Orti. I am a Tech Lead working for the IBM Software Lab in France and very happy to also still contribute as a developer. I am not born in the cloud like Melanie 🙂 I started to […]

Melanie Rao and Rachel Orti
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Hi David, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? I am a Principal Architect working for Senacor Technologies, a German consultancy. If this sounds like Powerpoint and Excel, well, in that case think of me as a regular software developer. Microservices were practically unavoidable during the last couple of years. First […]

David Schmitz
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Hi Mete, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? I’m a Developer Advocate at Google, based in London. I got into microservices out of necessity. In my previous roles, I did my fair share of monolithic apps, which sounded like a good idea back in the day. However, at some point, […]

Mete Atamel
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Hi Susanne, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? I am the former CTO of Just Software – a startup in Hamburg, Germany, providing the digital workplace JUST SOCIAL to communicate and collaborate in teams. Our journey to Microservices was mainly product and organizational driven. We started with a monolith in […]

Susanne Kaiser
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Hi Manfred, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? I’m building web-based business software since the late 90s and nowadays my focus is on Angular. I’m following it close since its first days and I’m helping my customers with Angular workshops and consultancy on a regular basis since it went BETA. […]

Manfred Steyer
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Hi David, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? I used to code in Java and I’ve always fought against heavyweight, monolithic applications. But it’s only nowadays that I see how easily we are able assemble those microservices like legos thanks to containers and a service mesh. It’s a lot of […]

David Gageot
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