A Developer with a Pencil

Service Oriented Architecture Talk - DevConTLV June 2013

It was an awesome day at the ”Ozen” bar in Tel-Aviv last week, met tons of cool people and watched more than a bunch on great talks by Shai Rubin on financial applications going wild and Alexander Fok’s erlang in the instant messaging world.

It was awesome, and any thanks need to go to [Raphael Fogel] for pulling this one yet another successful time.

My irregular talk was about what we as developers need to learn from the real world organizations about building a redundant, scalable and sustainable applications. And yes, by “real world scalable and sustain able organizations” I mean the drug cartel.

Here is the presentation, voice excluded of course.

don’t do drugs.

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