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Friday, November 17 • 11:20am - 12:15pm
[SLIDES]Vaidas Jusevičius & Donatas Kimutis - Solving technical debt of a microservices architecture in an innovative multinational environment

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This is a story of two developers coming from two different backgrounds with a single goal to improve both technical and managerial quality of a maturing start-up like project. We will share struggles we had to overcome being first developers on different physical site than rest of a team. We’ll tell what does it feel like to be a part of innovation hub inside a large corporate organization. And most importantly we will try to explain how in such an environment we solved technical debt caused by the mentality of a startup applied to the practices of software architecture.

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Vaidas Jusevičius

Corporate Entrepreneur, Danske Bank
Software architect with a 10+ years of experience mostly in the financial services domain. Technologies used over years include Java, Groovy, C#, Go, Spring, Hibernate, .NET, OWL-DL, SPARQL. Currently working for Danske Bank's innovation hub called MobileLife. For last 5 years a lecturer... Read More →
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Donatas Kimutis

Corporate Entrepreneur, Danske Bank
Studying computational modeling master in Vilnius University. Working as a lecturer in Vilnius University and teaching Object Oriented Programming. Working as coorporate entrepreneur in DanskeBank/MobileLife. Most of my professional career I have worked as a .NET developer. In my... Read More →

Friday November 17, 2017 11:20am - 12:15pm
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