Tuesday 6th October, 2015
1:20pm to 2:10pm
The conventional assumptions that we make about the design of our software systems don’t really meet the demands of the 21st century. 21st century problems are not well served by 20th century software architecture.
The hardware profile has changed, the business demands have changed the scale of the systems has changed. How do we cope?
The Reactive Manifesto identifies some common themes in high performing systems. Some of the highest performing systems in the world are grounded in a few basic principles. What are these principles and what does it mean for the systems that we build and the way in which we build them?
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