LEMİ ORHAN ERGİN
Talk Is Cheap, Show Me The Code:
Hexagonal Architecture in Production
As software crafters, we’ve been using hexagonal architecture as the core architecture for growing microservices and modular monoliths for more than 3 years. We’ve deployed 100+ microservices to production and more are coming with no regret. Throughout our journey to low coupling and high cohesion, we delivered several talks about modularity and the fundamental principles and practices behind it.
Hexagonal architecture is shown as an important enabler for modularity. In this workshop, we will cover a working full-featured API platform with multiple microservices designed in hexagons. Talk is cheap, we will show you the code.
Lemi Orhan Ergin: He is a software crafter based on Turkey with a passion for raising the bar of his profession and sharing his experiences with communities. He is the co-founder of Craftbase and founder of Turkish Software Craftsmanship Community. He previously worked at Sony and eBay at various technical leadership roles.
He has been actively programming since 2001. He is a active practitioner and mentor in Scrum, extreme programming, engineering practices and hands-on programming.
Alican Akkuş: is a software crafter with a passion in his profession. He has hands-on experience in building end-to-end JVM based enterprise apps via pair programming and TDD. He loves attending meetups and sharing his knowledge at community events regularly. He hopes to make the tech industry a better place for everyone.