Bridget and Matt chat with Daphne Chong (Amazon) and Kenny Bastani (Pivotal).
Daphne’s GOTO Chicago talk: Video Transcoding at the ABC with Microservices
Kenny’s GOTO Chicago talk: In the Eventual Consistency of Succeeding at Microservices
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Daphne Chong is a Software Engineer at Amazon in Seattle, and has been building software in Engineering and Architecture roles for over ten years in the US, UK and Australia. Previously, she was a Technical Lead in the API and Backend Services team at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) in Sydney. She is an active member of local development communities, including organizing for Women Who Code Sydney, volunteering at GovHack, and local kids’ coding workshops. Daphne tweets at @daphnechong, blogs on daphnechong.com, and loves to travel!
Kenny works at Pivotal as Developer Advocate for the Spring technologies. As open source contributor and blogger, he engages a community of passionate developers on topics ranging from graph databases to microservices. He’s co-author of the O’Reilly book “Cloud Native Java: Designing Resilient Systems with Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, and Cloud Foundry”. He has also worked as enterprise software consultant in projects requiring a full-stack web developer in agile mode.