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Denver Visual Studio User Group (details below)
 
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  Mon., Jun. 25, 2018, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm - Free
 

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7595 Technology Way, 4th Floor, Denver, CO 80237, Phone: 720-528-1700
 
  Microservice Design Patterns -
  API Gateway, Circuit Breaker, Bulkhead
  with Donald Lutz, Director of Software Engineering, Flexential
 
 
Interview to Offer, the Do’s and Don’ts

  with Andrew Doyle, Founder/Managing Director, The Doyle Group

 
  Refreshments
 
   Door Prizes + GIANT DOOR PRIZE GIVE-AWAY!
 
 
 
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 Feature Presentation     
 
 
 
Microservice Design Patterns -
API Gateway, Circuit Breaker, Bulkhead
with Donald Lutz, Director of Software Engineering, Flexential
 

 
Let's examine how to move from a monolithic ASP.NET architecture to Microservices in ASP.NET Core.
 
Walk through and discuss the core design patterns that are used in these Microservices. Review and define the usage of an API Gateway using Ocelot, as an example, with deployed ASP.NET Core Microservices with Docker. We will also define the usage of other core Microservice design patterns such as Circuit Breaker and Bulkhead.
 

    "Microservices is a software architecture style in which complex applications are composed of small, independent processes communicating with each other using language-agnostic APIs. These services are small building blocks, highly decoupled and focussed on doing a small task, facilitating a modular approach to system-building."
 

 
FMI:  Microservice Patterns

 
 Donald Lutz     
 
  Donald Lutz Donald Lutz is the Director of Software Engineering at Flexential.
    
He is an accomplished Director of Software Engineering and Solutions Architect with an enormous depth and breadth in Microsoft architecture as well as having over 20 years’ experience in designing and building large enterprise systems. Don specializes in providing companies’ real-world cloud solutions implemented using Actors, ASP.NET Core, functional languages, and Kafka to build integrated, choreographed microservices using AWS, Azure and Docker.
  
Donald also assists with the Denver Software Architects Meetup group. The group is a member of IASA (International Association of Software Architects) and meets on the second Wednesday each month.
  
Contact: Donald Lutz or Donald Lutz
 

 Sponsor      
 
  The Doyle Group
 
Interview to Offer, the Do’s and Don’ts
with Andrew Doyle, Founder/Managing Director, The Doyle Group
   
How to prepare for an interview. How to guide the conversation for the best results and what questions to Ask and NOT to Ask.
 
Best advice for feedback from an interview. Then figuring out the best offer and what questions need to be answered to ensure this is the right home for you.
 
FMI: The Doyle Group, 720-744-6584
 
 Andrew Doyle      
 
  Andrew Doyle Andrew Doyle has been in the IT consulting and IT placement field since 1997 where he started his career as a recruiter with TEKsystems in California, one of the nation’s largest IT staffing companies. There, Andrew was promoted three times to Sr. Account Executive, achieved 6 consecutive Presidents Clubs servicing over 45 customers including; IBM, Pacific Care, Boeing, and The Capital Group.
   
In 2005, Andrew started with a one-man firm as the Director of Professional Services in the Denver area where he hired two recruiters and an accountant. He grew the small company’s revenues from $350,000 to $4.1 million in less than 4 years driving more than 80% of the gross revenue.
 
Many of Andrew’s clients have been referrals from his current hiring managers and candidates alike. Andrew has years of experience developing internal recruiting process and procedures as well as mentoring numerous successful Account Managers. Andrew, a Denver native, obtained his BA in Communications from the University of Colorado
 
Contact: Andrew Doyle, 720-744-6583
 
 
 The Doyle Group      
 
  The Doyle Group - IT Consulting and IT Placement Firm partnering with companies primarily in the Colorado Front Range.

We at The Doyle Group work through the complete software lifecycle from technology assessments to building and maintaining reliable applications. Our clients look to engage DG for full time hires, contract to hire, and/or consulting engagements. We are networked with experienced professionals who offer solutions to real world problems, understand the needs of the business, and have the technical chops to solve the most complex technical challenges.

We are technology agnostic and play across tech stacks, frameworks and databases, but do champion the Agile approach from requirements gathering through deliverables.
 
Contact: The Doyle Group, 720-744-6584
 
 Refreshments      
 
 
Corner Bakery Cafe - pasta and salads with soda/tea/water
 

 
Refreshments
provided by our sponsor above - Thank You! For your light dinner / snacks and drinks before our meeting begins. Quantities Limited - Come early, 5:30 - 6:00

 

 Door Prizes      
 
   
   door prizes from our sponsor above 
 
 2 - $50 gift cards
 
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