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1. Opening of the Seavus CodeTalks
2. How I learned to stop worrying and love the monolith
With so many advocates of both the microservices-first and monolith-first approaches, it's important to understand the strengths and weaknesses of both architectural styles. With these two being at two opposite sides of the spectrum, could there be a middle ground?
We will explore the concept of structured monoliths by visiting several topics such as layered architecture (and the damages it causes), Ports and Adapters architecture as its alternative and Domain-Driven Design's Bounded Context pattern that can help us create components which can one day become microservices.
3. CQRS – DDD supporting architecture for scalable applications
You find your data centric architecture, based on CRUD model too complex to read from? Divide and conquer! Try CQRS, separate command stack from query stack.
Panel with the presenters and guest participants + questions from the audience.
Nikola Zivkov is a Java Technology Line Manager at Seavus. With more than 13 years of experience in building Java enterprise solutions, he’s passionate about building resilient architectures that withstand the test of time (and crazy client demands). He’s a member of the Macedonian JUG since the group’s second meeting.
Stojanche Boshkov is software developer with passion for .Net and ALM, constantly reading, learning and seeking ways for better software implementation. Gained a lot of experience in developing web apps, starting with ASP.NET 2.0 Web Forms through MVC and MVVM to the current contemporary SPA-s.