How can software developers and startups manage location-based services in disputed territories or partially recognized state? Looking forward to present “Hey, where is my country? Software development and territorial disputes” at Factory Berlin.
This event is for members only but if you are interested get in touch, I will discuss location-based services in disputed territories or partially recognized state at other events in Berlin and Cologne in the next few weeks.
I am excited and looking forward to be a speaker at the DevOps Pro Europe 2019 in Vilnius. My first time in Lithuania, talking about “MySQL on the Cloud: a Journey from Virtual Machines to Serverless Deployments”. You can read the abstract of the talk here.
Going off the beaten track and the most popular conferences in Western Europe lets you have a different prospective, meet very skilled DevOps and challenge your technical knowledge. Very glad to talk about “MySQL on the cloud, from virtual machines to serverless options” at the DevOpsConf Russia in Moscow.
My last trip to Moscow was the beginning of an exciting train ride to Siberia and lake Baikal. I am looking forward to be back next month, ten years later, for a different but again very exciting trip: talking about MySQL on the cloud at the DevOpsConf Russia 2018 (ex- RootConf). You can read the abstract of the talk here.
Curious about how software developers can manage location-based services when dealing with disputed territories or partially recognized states? We will see how things can go badly wrong, how (surprisingly) widespread the problem is discuss simple patterns on how to minimize the impacts of geolocation challenges. How can you really care about all your users around the world? Join me next Monday at 5PM atFactory Berlin Mitte (event for Factory members only)
Less than two weeks left until the DevOps Conference 2018 starts in Berlin. Time to sort out a few slides for my talk “Do not press that Button” on the operational challenges of relational databases on the cloud. Here is the abstract, looking forward to it!