June 28th & 29th

Berlin & Munich, FlixBus Offices


FlixTechSummit 2018

Our very first tech conference, the FlixTechSummit 2018 took place on June 28th and 29th. Our FlixTech colleagues, as well as our external keynote speakers, shared their insights and lessons learned related to product development, agile, data, infrastructure, collaboration, recruiting and much more. And the people made the event a huge success!

If you want to get an impression of FlixTechSummit 2018 yourself, check out our photo gallery and our Twitter moment. Several speakers shared their slides as well, you can find them in the schedule section right below their session. Even better, we have professional recordings of all the talks and impressions of the workshops. Watch our FlixTech YouTube channel and feel free to share via social media using the hashtag #FlixTechSummit!

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About

Come join us at the FlixTechSummit and learn about all things tech.
Let's learn from each other's experience.
Let's share our own stories.
Let's grow together and get inspired!

Speakers

  • Galina Bankova

    Galina Bankova LinkedIn: Galina Bankova
    Website: Do Work You Love
    Galina Bankova

    Do you do work that you love? Galina Bankova has been asking this question for years. She has been directly involved in both startup and corporate ecosystems in Munich – as an entrepreneur, coach, project manager, mentor, business adviser, trainer, management consultant, community builder. In summer 2015 Galina decided to quit her job and to start Do Work You Love – a platform for meeting like-minded people, get inspiration, motivation, tools and contacts for doing work that you love. Some of Do Work You Love’s partners so far: Google, Microsoft, PAYBACK, Freeletics, herCAREER, Expat in the City Fair, Burda etc. Beside that, Galina is Head of Matchmaking at Bits & Pretzels – a 3-day founders festival that connects 5,000 startup enthusiasts with Speakers and Table Captains like the founders of Virgin, Airbnb, Evernote or Zendesk.

  • Stefan Beier

    Stefan Beier FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Stefan was born and raised in Berlin and joined FlixBus in 2014 as a software developer. He currently works as a full stack engineer and connects our bus located devices such as navigation and driver app to FlixBus. #react-native #businessevents #ddd #devops #php #kubernetes

  • Paulo Azevedo

    Paulo Azevedo LinkedIn: Paulo Azevedo FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Paulo Azevedo is a passionate Pythonista with a passion for the cutting-edge. He’s worked on the development of FlixBus’ bots on Alexa and Google Assistant.

  • Ankush Khanna

    Ankush Khanna FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Ankush Khanna is passionate about Data, working with Kafka, Spark, Scala and Akka. He supports data first approach and believes in building resilient data pipelines. He has years of experience with working with Kafka using Scala. In free time, he explores nature and learn FP.

  • Sayali Redij & Elena Akhramenko

    Sayali Redij & Elena Akhramenko LinkedIn: Sayali Redij
    LinkedIn: Elena Akhramenko
    FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Sayali, Originally from India, joined Flixbus in September 2016 as Business Intelligence Engineer. She is passionate about reporting and dash boarding technologies. She is supporting Business Departments with their analytics needs. She is working with Business Intelligence Team for building analytical solutions. Elena is passionate about Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing. She joined FlixBus in 2017 and currently works on providing the company with data as a self service product, including on-premise and cloud-based cubes, Power BI and custom ETL pipelines.

  • Anton Zotin

    Anton Zotin LinkedIn: Anton Zotin FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Agile Coach & change agent. Anton started his career in IT industry in 2002. He did his first Scrum transformation in 2004. Since then believing in and practicing Agile Values & Principles only deeper and harder. - has helped many practitioners to sharpen their agile skills. - has helped many teams to become legendary. - has consulted a wide variety of organizations across all layers. - has trained hundreds of people through public & private classes. Anton is constantly learning from a big variety of world level experts in the field which is proven by various certifications - Scrum Alliance, Scrum.org, ICAgile, The LeSS Company B.V., Erickson Coaching International, CRR Global. An experienced public speaker participated at international conferences all over the world. Anton's passion is to make software development less painful and more successful.

  • Alexander Stage

    Alexander Stage LinkedIn Profile FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    As a trained computer scientist I have a passion for algorithms, statistics, machine learning and especially system engineering. I am driving software and data science projects by exercising lean and agile development methods. I love to deliver measurable business value in a high paced environment. Bringing product ideas to our customers in the shortest amount of time possible is what I am aiming at every day. At FlixBus, my mission is to implant data driven decision making into the companies' DNA and I am working on it, day and night ;-)

  • Jacqueline Roque

    Jacqueline Roque LinkedIn: Jacqueline Roque FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Being home in two cultures (German and Cuban), I am passionate about adding a more diverse perspective to tech teams. Started as an Agile Coach for Team Lambda in June and looking forward to connecting with people and having inspiring chats about driving Agility in our organisation.

  • Elisabeth (Lisi) Hocke

    Elisabeth (Lisi) Hocke @lisihocke
    Blog: A Tester's Journey
    FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Having graduated in sinology, Lisi fell into agile and testing in 2009 and has been infected with the agile bug ever since. She’s especially passionate about the whole-team approach to testing and quality as well as the agile culture mindset behind it. Building great products which deliver value together with great people is what motivates her and keeps her going. She received a lot from the agile testing community; now she’s sharing her stories to give something of her experience back to the community. She tweets as @lisihocke and blogs at www.lisihocke.com. In her free time you can either find her in the gym running after a volleyball, having a good time with her friends or delving into games and stories of any kind.

  • Daniel Krauss & Martin Lahusen

    Daniel Krauss & Martin Lahusen LinkedIn: Daniel Krauss
    LinkedIn: Martin Lahusen
    FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Daniel tries to make the world a little greener, so he founded FlixBus and made it a Tech company. As CIO, he is leading FlixTech and motivates all Tech people to develop the best mobility platform ever seen. When he’s not jumping from meeting to meeting or joking on the hallway, he’s running from conference to conference to tell people how awesome FlixBus & FlixTech is. And when he’s not doing that, he writes mails. Martin is Daniel’s right hand and also tries to constantly improve things at FlixTech, which includes everything around internal processes & business stuff. He also supports Daniel in managing our investors and in creating strategic decisions together with the Tech VPs. Outside the green FlixBus world, he enjoys the real green world and does all kind of sports.

  • John Webber

    John Webber LinkedIn: John Webber FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    John has been with FlixBus since January 2015, initially as Head of Java Software Development, since our Agile Transformation as People Manager. After an early career as a pianist and opera conductor he started working for a Munich startup as a programmer in 2000. He is passionate about being a servant leader and about Agile methodologies in general. When not in the office you might find him running through parks and woods in the southeast of Munich.

  • Steffen Hanikel

    Steffen Hanikel FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Has been busy fixing the cluster in the container department in the past and is now working as a developer again.

  • František Schneider

    František Schneider FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Software developer, bastler, linux lover. I like hacking everything what is connected to keyboard.

  • Stefan Tilkov

    Stefan Tilkov LinkedIn: Stefan Tilkov innoQ Deutschland GmbH

    Stefan Tilkov is a co-founder and principal consultant at INNOQ, a technology consulting company with offices in Germany and Switzerland. He has been involved in the design of large-scale, distributed systems for more than two decades, using a variety of technologies and tools. He has authored numerous articles and a book (“REST und HTTP”, German), and is a frequent speaker at conferences around the world.

  • Lars Schumachenko & Frank Kaufer

    Lars Schumachenko & Frank Kaufer LinkedIn: Lars Schumachenko FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Have been working as a Software engineer, Infrastructure engineer as well as Tech Manager in past 10 years in Berlin. My passion is cloud infrastructure.

  • Dianë Xhymshiti

    Dianë Xhymshiti @dxhymshiti FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Dianë started at Flixbus as a working student in 2016. Originally from Kosovo, she came to Munich five years ago in pursuit of her Master's degree in Computer Science at TU München. After finishing her studies she joined full time and now enjoys the polymorphism of her role as an Agile Tester at Charter. When not playing detective catching software bugs with the team, Dianë likes to go out in the nature where the real bugs are!

  • André Wilhelmi

    André Wilhelmi LinkedIn: Andre Wilhelmi FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    André’s READ.ME: I started to work with FlixTech beginning of this year as a People Manager. Supporting my teams on their way to success is one of my main duties. My former carrier have led me through different roles such as System-Administrator, Project- / Product Manager and Producer. I am passioned about Agile and how to combine autonomous teams with business orientation. One of the frameworks for that are OKRs which I have started to work with 3 years ago.

  • Moises Gonzalez

    Moises Gonzalez moigonz.com FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Front-end developer from 🇻🇪 with a passion for travelling 🌍🌎🌏

  • Mirko Prescha

    Mirko Prescha FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Starting as an Oracle BI Developer, Mirko now supports Flixbus as a Data Engineer with extending the data platform around Kafka. His mission is to enable all data consumers to fulfill their analysis requirements with fun. He is always curious in investigating new cloud features, especially in the AWS environment.

  • Ruben J. Serradas

    Ruben J. Serradas serradas.org FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Ruben is driving modern software systems with devops practices and agile programming principles at Flixbus since 2016. He is a fan of minimalism and DDD. In his spare time he enjoys playing the bass.

  • Thiago Amanajás

    Thiago Amanajás LinkedIn: Thiago Amanajas FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    I'm passionate about both Security Testing and Automation in general. I have been working in the IT area for more than one decade. I was a developer once, and now I'm a tester putting the blame on devs because that is cool.

  • Nicolás Previale

    Nicolás Previale LinkedIn: Nicolás Previale FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Nico is an Uruguayan, junkie for Mate-tee and self-defined agile enthusiast. After some years working as a computer engineer decided he wanted to change people’s lives (for better) by changing the way they work and so he became an Agile Coach. One of the newbies at Flixbus, have been with us since last May.

  • Eric Reiche

    Eric Reiche @ericreiche FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Originally a developer, Eric currently works as a Product Owner with Traffic Control, Operations, Quality Management & our Mobility Partners. He's working at FlixBus & MeinFernbus for more than six years now and has seen a lot of changes in various positions.

  • Dmitry Burlea

    Dmitry Burlea LinkedIn: Dmitry Burlea FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Dmitry is a passionate Java and JavaScript engineer working with the Charter team almost from the very beginning. He also enjoys moderating Java Community @ FlixTech.

  • Thomas Ploch

    Thomas Ploch @tPl0ch FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Thomas has been working as a software engineer and architect for over thirteen years for various industries like e-commerce, insurance, medical and transportation. He is currently working as a Principal Software Engineer & Architect within the Revenue Management domain. Additionally, he focuses on systemic approaches to software & system architectures as part of his role within the Tech Chapter.

  • Samer Baydoun

    Samer Baydoun LinkedIn: Samer Baydoun FlixMobility Tech GmbH

    Samer has been working as full stack developer and software engineer for the last 10 years in Syria and Germany. After starting with working on enabling new products in the booking system monolith at FlixBus, he joined recently the Settlr team to work on a new type of challenge in the finance domain.

Schedule

Day 1: June 28th

09:00
Morning Coffee & Registration
10:00
Opening
10:15
Galina Bankova

Galina Bankova

Munich: Arena | Berlin: Old Area 51 (1st floor) | StarLeaf: TechSummitMuc

Keynote: How to Find and Do Work that you Love

Imagine, it’s Monday morning and you can’t wait to start into the new working week – excited about getting cool and meaningful things done, having a good time at work as well as together with family and friends. In this keynote you’ll get introduced to Galina's mission and journey of finding and doing work she loves as well as enabling others to do the same.
11:00
Break
11:15
Stefan Beier

Stefan Beier

Berlin: New Area 51 (4th floor) | Munich: Belgium/Netherlands | StarLeaf: TechSummitBer

One Year Business Events - Lessons Learned

In this talk I will give an introduction to the McDriver team, which was created 1 year ago during the FlixBus Team self design event. McDriver connects all devices in our busses with the FlixBus business. Though it is a very small team, we develiver important value for our bus drivers and the operations business domain. I will deep dive into our SCS which decouples the FlixBus Driver App Backend from the monolith and see how we can benefit from using business events and the challanges that came along.
11:15
Paulo Azevedo

Paulo Azevedo

Munich: Arena | Berlin: Old Area 51 (1st floor) | StarLeaf: TechSummitMuc

Demystifying the development of chatbots

FlixBus recently debuted as the first company to sell bus tickets per voice in the world. While the path towards it was not easy, the amount of code written to achieve that is surprisingly small. This talk will show the basic concepts behind a working chatbot, allowing interested developers to create their own bots, possibly without writing any code at all!
11:45
Break
12:00
Ankush Khanna

Ankush Khanna

Berlin: New Area 51 (4th floor) | Munich: Belgium/Netherlands | StarLeaf: TechSummitBer

Kafka Streams - Use Case

Team Lambda, have been extensively using Kafka. Of which Kafka Stream has been an integral part. Would like to highlight a use case with Kafka Stream running in production. Prior Knowledge: Understanding of basic Kafka and what is it good for. Learning objective: How can Kafka and Data engineering pipelines help in developing a more sustainable future.
12:00
Sayali Redij & Elena Akhramenko

Sayali Redij & Elena Akhramenko

Munich: Arena | Berlin: Old Area 51 (1st floor) | StarLeaf: TechSummitMuc

Power BI Data Experience for your team

Power BI has powerful capabilities to connect to several data sources and deliver insights of the business through different tools. It also provides capability to integrate with your application with interactive data visuals with security features. We, as BI Team, are experiencing its versatility every time and would like to share its features and few success-stories for FlixTech.
12:30
Lunch
13:30
Anton Zotin

Anton Zotin

Berlin: New Area 51 (4th floor)

Workshop: LEGO Product Exploration

This workshop will help participants to learn and to try several important product development technics. We will learn how to • frame new or ongoing product definition to set product development boundaries • talk about our users to grow empathy that will help us to build the product, not just a set of cool features • explore a problems area to make a positive impact to this world • sharpen and optimise what you want to develop and deliver And a cherry on top: we will do all these through the lego facilitation to make the session more effective and to learn how to boost team's creativity and efficiency. All of these we will touch through extremely hands-on step-by-step exercises using LEGO bricks.
13:30
Alexander Stage

Alexander Stage

Munich: Arena

Coding Dojo (Laptop Required)

We offer a coding dojo where we get together to work on a programming challenge. No matter your skill level, everybody is invited to participate! Let's learn together in a safe environment. Prerequisite: Bring your laptop.
13:30
Jacqueline Roque

Jacqueline Roque

Berlin: Old Area 51 (1st floor)

Open Space

We offer an Open Space at both locations. This is your chance to get exactly what you need from the conference, so bring your own topics! Facing a challenge and looking for advice? This is your chance! Have lessons learned to share as well? Here you go! Wanna host a game? You're welcome to do so! Open Space sessions can be on anything.
13:30
Elisabeth (Lisi) Hocke

Elisabeth (Lisi) Hocke

Munich: Belgium/Netherlands

Open Space

We offer an Open Space at both locations. This is your chance to get exactly what you need from the conference, so bring your own topics! Facing a challenge and looking for advice? This is your chance! Have lessons learned to share as well? Here you go! Wanna host a game? You're welcome to do so! Open Space sessions can be on anything.
15:00
Break
15:15
Daniel Krauss & Martin Lahusen

Daniel Krauss & Martin Lahusen

Berlin: New Area 51 (4th floor) | Munich: Belgium/Netherlands | StarLeaf: TechSummitBer

How (not) to Manage Like Darth Vader

A fun demonstration of how (not) to use certain management methods. It will also demonstrate how OKR can be used to accomplish ambitious objectives with a large fleet of starfighters.
15:15
John Webber

John Webber

Munich: Arena | Berlin: Old Area 51 (1st floor) | StarLeaf: TechSummitMuc

How to do a good technical interview

One of the most important and difficult decisions teams deal with is whether to hire someone to join the team. Usually a key to this decision is the technical interview. In 90 to 120 minutes a decision has to be made whether someone has the appropriate skill set to contribute as a team member. What's the best way to conduct an interview? What should we look for in the candidate? Are there legal aspects? John will discuss these and other aspects of technical interviewing in this talk.
15:45
Break
16:00
Steffen Hanikel

Steffen Hanikel

Berlin: New Area 51 (4th floor) | Munich: Belgium/Netherlands | StarLeaf: TechSummitBer

Why you should care about Project Orleans

In this talk I will give an introduction to Orleans a framework that provides a straightforward approach to building distributed high-scale computing applications, without the need to learn and apply complex concurrency or other scaling patterns. It was created by Microsoft Research and designed for use in the cloud. Though it is a .Net framework it's now also available for .Net Core on OSX and Linux. It offers a unique approach to handle highly concurrent workloads, which are a perfect fit for complex tasks like our booking or payment flow. This talk aims to inspire people to think about their problems from a different perspective and not necessarily to convert them to C# :).
16:00
František Schneider

František Schneider

Munich: Arena | Berlin: Old Area 51 (1st floor) | StarLeaf: TechSummitMuc

Spring Boot & Service Discovery

"Microservices are on the rise for some time and Service Discovery is a way how to achieve the communication without knowing the IP addresses. I'll present small demo of applications (microservices) using Spring Boot, Consul, Eureka and Kubernetes."
16:30
Break
16:45
Stefan Tilkov

Stefan Tilkov

Berlin: New Area 51 (4th floor) | Munich: Belgium/Netherlands | StarLeaf: TechSummitBer

Keynote: Building modular systems for fun and profit

Self-contained systems, microservices, bounded contexts, components, modules – turning big systems into smaller pieces has been the main theme of software architecture work for decades. Let’s take a look at different popular approaches and compare their usefulness for various contexts. While we’re doing so, we’ll explore how architecture relates to process, organization and the human side of things.
17:30
Get-together

Day 2: June 29th

10:00
Welcome Back

10:15
Lars Schumachenko & Frank Kaufer

Lars Schumachenko & Frank Kaufer

Berlin: New Area 51 (4th floor) | Munich: Belgium/Netherlands | StarLeaf: TechSummitBer

FlixOS State of the Union

What is FlixOS? That's essentially the question we're going to answer. Starting with a brief summary of the history of FlixOS. The main focus however will be the current state of FlixOS and the future goal. We will also touch the topic of why you should use FlixOS and also how you can contribute to it.

10:15
Dianë Xhymshiti

Dianë Xhymshiti

Munich: Arena | Berlin: Old Area 51 (1st floor) | StarLeaf: TechSummitMuc

T-shaped Skills: How we roll @Charter

At Charter we strongly believe every one can contribute in more than one way towards reaching our goals. Programmers do test, testers do (pair)program, we do establish test strategies together, we do take over to bring new fancy retrospective formats every sprint, and our product owner can enjoy her holidays knowing things will still be running smoothly because the team keep a close relationship with the business colleagues! There are different techniques we practice every day and they have proven to be helpful for us, so could be helpful for other teams too. I would like to shortly introduce the concept of T-shaped skills, why the mindset of shared responsibility is important in particular for the quality aspect, and how this mindset is the key to a collaborative environment such as the one we have at Charter. I will be also sharing a few techniques testers (or anyone else) can apply to directly or indirectly train the rest of the team to become more quality aware and contribute to testing.
10:45
Break

11:00
André Wilhelmi

André Wilhelmi

Berlin: New Area 51 (4th floor) | Munich: Belgium/Netherlands | StarLeaf: TechSummitBer

OKRs - From Task-List to Business OKRs

In my talk I will share with you how to write basics OKRs and why a to do’s list is not outcome oriented objectives. What things are important and where are the learnings which I made in the last years of working with OKRs.

11:00
Moises Gonzalez

Moises Gonzalez

Munich: Arena | Berlin: Old Area 51 (1st floor) | StarLeaf: TechSummitMuc

Progressive Web Apps 🚀

PWAs are the future of the web! They bring websites closer and closer to a native experience. All powered by Service Workers, they enable: - Offline experiences - Push notifications - Serverless caching - Virtual server All in the browser!
11:30
Break

11:45
Mirko Prescha

Mirko Prescha

Berlin: New Area 51 (4th floor) | Munich: Belgium/Netherlands | StarLeaf: TechSummitBer

Serverless Computing with AWS Lambda and the Serverless Framework

AWS Lambda lets you run code (eg. python, go, java, js) without provisioning or managing servers. It's highly integrated with other AWS Services and you are only charged for the number of request plus their duration. In this talk I will introduce the serverless framework to simplify deployment of serverless applications. In a demo I will deploy an exising python application to backup NewRelic Dashboards at zero costs.

11:45
Ruben J. Serradas

Ruben J. Serradas

Munich: Arena | Berlin: Old Area 51 (1st floor) | StarLeaf: TechSummitMuc

Manage your Database in a Continous Delivery World

Do you work in a highly available system? Do you use a relational database? Have you ever had problems with database schema changes and said "💩!!" while executing the changes on production? Then this presentation is for you! We'll talk about Charter's journey towards a scalable and stable DB in a CD world. Hopefully you'll find the way towards a highly scalable 24/7 glory and won't yell "I hate migrations!" in the office again.
12:15
Lunch

13:15
Thiago Amanajás

Thiago Amanajás

Munich: Arena

Workshop: Security Testing (Laptop Required)

The internet is a worldwide collection of loosely connected networks that are accessible to anyone with a computer and a network connection. Along with the convenience and easy access to information come risks. Among them are the risks that valuable information will be lost, stolen, changed, or misused. So in order to protect your information you should do some security checks before publishing your Software out there. What is security testing? Is that necessary in your project? Do you really need to become a hacker to use it? This workshop will introduce you to this area and show some of the vast list of attacks used to break into your system. Prerequisite: Bring your laptop.

13:15
Nicolás Previale

Nicolás Previale

Berlin: Old Area 51 (1st floor)

Open Space

We offer an Open Space at both locations. This is your chance to get exactly what you need from the conference, so bring your own topics! Facing a challenge and looking for advice? This is your chance! Have lessons learned to share as well? Here you go! Wanna host a game? You're welcome to do so! Open Space sessions can be on anything.

13:15
Elisabeth (Lisi) Hocke

Elisabeth (Lisi) Hocke

Munich: Belgium/Netherlands

Open Space

We offer an Open Space at both locations. This is your chance to get exactly what you need from the conference, so bring your own topics! Facing a challenge and looking for advice? This is your chance! Have lessons learned to share as well? Here you go! Wanna host a game? You're welcome to do so! Open Space sessions can be on anything.
14:45
Break

15:00
Eric Reiche

Eric Reiche

Berlin: New Area 51 (4th floor) | Munich: Belgium/Netherlands | StarLeaf: TechSummitBer

FlixTech Guide to Slack - Unwritten Rules

I want to examine how communication culture has changed over the years at FlixBus. From a tight-knit small group of nerds sitting in one room to a 150 people tech organization in multiple locations and remote workers. Can culture be written down?

15:00
Dmitry Burlea

Dmitry Burlea

Munich: Arena | Berlin: Old Area 51 (1st floor) | StarLeaf: TechSummitMuc

Microservice Architecture: Service Mesh with Istio on Kubernetes

One of the greatest challenges of microservices architecture is the integration and communication between them. This challenge includes service discovery, traffic management, fault tolerant messaging, end-to-end monitoring, distributed tracing, dynamic routing for canary deployments and also securing the communication channels. Since FlixTech also decided to go towards Self-Contained-Systems(SCS) / Microservices way, this challenge is also something that our architectures face or will face in the near future. Our systems are implemented in different languages and frameworks and we have been thinking about some conventions and architectural guidenesses of how to integrate those systems together in a consistent way. Istio is the framework recently produced as a joint effort of Google, IBM and Lyft to address these challenges. It runs on Kubernetes, is powered by Envoy proxy, and provides a layer of infrastructure between the services and the network that allows the service communication to be controlled outside the application code. This fundamentally changes how services are connected, managed and secured and is also known as a term of Service Mesh. In this presentation I will provide the overview of these concepts and will share some information that I’ve got from Istio developers and adopters on Devoxx UK conference.
15:30
Break

15:45
Thomas Ploch

Thomas Ploch

Berlin: New Area 51 (4th floor) | Munich: Belgium/Netherlands | StarLeaf: TechSummitBer

Building Evolutionary Architectures

During our digital transformation journey we have tried to come up with a few ways on how to provide guidance for teams on architectural decisions, be it via the Architecture Chapter or the Macro Architecture guide. All of them were not very successful, so I want to propose a new way of thinking about evolving our technical & domain architecture, and how we can document our trade-off decisions in a transparent and traceable way. This talk will be a digest of https://www.amazon.com/Building-Evolutionary-Architectures-Support-Constant/dp/1491986360/ and exploration on how we can leverage the methods outlined there within our organisation.

15:45
Samer Baydoun

Samer Baydoun

Munich: Arena | Berlin: Old Area 51 (1st floor) | StarLeaf: TechSummitMuc

Event Sourcing experience in Settlr

As a recently developed design pattern in software architecture, event sourcing is getting an increased interest and considerations as an approach for solving a spectrum of engineering problems. In this presentation, I will introduce you to how the event sourcing is approached in Settlr project, what purposes it was brought for and what technical costs it came up with.
16:15
Break
16:30
99 Second Talks
17:00
Conference Retrospective & Closing
17:15
Happy Weekend! ☀

Location

Berlin: Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 33, Area 51


Munich: Birketweg 33, Arena

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