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Simplifying Microservices: The art of effortless development

Rob Geurden

Rob is a a self-employed software developer with a passion for creating elegant software solutions. His love affair 🙂 with computers began when he was just 5 years old and his parents bought a Commodore 64. Since then, he’s been hooked on programming and constantly learning new things.

Over the past 17 years, he has gained a ton of experience in software architecture, full-stack development for web and mobile apps, design patterns, and agile methodologies. As a freelancer,  he’s had the opportunity to work with a wide range of businesses and develop a deep understanding of the industry.

In 2010, he co-founded T2-Software B.V., which builds software solutions for water companies.  

When he’s not coding, you’ll find him hanging out with his family, shredding the slopes on his skis, cycling, or staying up-to-date on the latest tech trends.

He is passionate about sharing knowledge and insights with others and loves collaborating with other developers to build cool stuff. He believes sthat working together is key, and he’s always eager to learn from others.

Rob Geurden

Abstract

Microservices are hot and the monolith is dead, but how do you easily build a well-structured microservice?

As a colleague of mine once said, “only a genius can control chaos.” Since only 0.25% of the population can officially call themselves geniuses, it’s better to keep our code simple.

In this session, I’ve got your back and I’ll show you how to build a microservice with ease, using our open-source library Easy.

I’ll talk about software development, complexity and my own personal journey towards creating “Easy software”.

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