Interactive Session

Panel: Modern Architecture Patterns

The way in which we build software is changing ever more rapidly.  Working out what technologies and approaches to bet on is, correspondingly, becoming ever more difficult. For software architects this pace of change means continual research and experimentation to keep on top of this shifting landscape.  

This panel will pull together experts from across the field of software architecture to discuss what they see as the benefits and downsides of some of the emerging trends.  Topics are likely to include Function-as-a-Service, GraphQL, Micro-frontends, and more.  As an audience member, you can expect to hear about where to learn more, and have the chance to ask the panel questions.


SPEAKER

Luca Mezzalira

Vice President of Architecture @dazngroup

Luca Mezzalira is the vice president of architecture at DAZN. In his 16-year career, Luca has worked on cutting-edge projects for mobile, desktop, web, TVs, set-top boxes, and embedded devices. Luca is a Google Developer Expert on web technologies, the author of Front-End Reactive Architectures (Apress) and manager of the London JavaScript community.

SPEAKER

Kavitha Srinivasan

Senior Software Engineer @Netflix

Kavitha Srinivasan is a senior software engineer at Netflix. With more than 15 years of experience in distributed systems, she is currently working on developer experience to facilitate the growing adoption of GraphQL.

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SPEAKER

Paul Bakker

Senior Software Engineer @Netflix, Author of "Modular Cloud Apps with OSGi"

Paul is a senior software engineer at Netflix, with a focus on developer experience. He has a long history in the Java community, is a Java Champion and author of “Java 9 Modularity” and “Modular Cloud Apps with OSGi”, both published by O’Reilly. He has a passion for sharing knowledge and is a frequent conference speaker.

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SPEAKER

Wes Reisz

Platform Architect @VMware & Creator/Co-host of #TheInfoQPodcast, previous VP of Technology @Section

Wesley Reisz is Platform Architect at VMware and former VP of Technology at Section (an Edge Compute Platform). Wes also chairs the San Francisco edition of QCon.

Before VMware, Wes served as the product owner for all of the English speaking QCon conferences worldwide, was a principal architect with HP Enterprise Systems, and, for over 13 years, taught as an adjunct professor for the University of Louisville (Go Cards!).

In addition to Wes’ current roles, he co-hosts of The InfoQ Podcast. The InfoQ Podcast serves senior early adopter/early majority developers and architects with interviews from some of software’s most important thought leaders. The podcast has been downloaded over 1.5 million times and has a weekly listener base of around 14K.

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SPEAKER

Colin Breck

Sr. Staff Software Engineer @Tesla

Colin Breck has experience developing software infrastructures for the near real-time monitoring and control of industrial applications. At Tesla, he works on distributed systems for the monitoring, aggregation, optimization, and control of distributed-energy assets, including solar generation, battery storage, and the Supercharging network. Previously, he worked on the PI System at OSIsoft, a time-series platform for industrial monitoring and automation. He is interested in the intersection of developing people, teams, and software systems. He writes a monthly essay at www.colinbreck.com.

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