Slides for JAX are done: Matrix Organizations, Conway's Law and Microservices
Next week I am on vacations and thus I worked on my slides for my JAX talk about Matrix Organizations, Conway's Law and Microservices. I haven't probably finished my slides for a talk so early! After the talk I will blog about the main thoughts of my presentation. So stay tuned!
However, the JAX 2020 logo is somewhat strange because it is still dates the conference to May, which was postponed due to COVID. Nevertheless, I think it is going to be interesting!
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Dr.-Ing. Daniel Lübke is a Digital Solution Architect, who enjoys realizing high-quality business processes in software. He has over 10 years experience in architecture of distributed systems (from SOA to Microservices, BPM and workflows). Daniel likes to find better than "state of the art" solutions by combining methods from Software Engineering and BPM, in addition to researching promising, uncommon solutions. He is book author, editor, and speaker at conferences, and has published many articles in different magazines and journals.