We have two great talks for you this month! Plus we've got free food and drinks provided at the event thanks to our awesome sponsors.
Everyone is welcome and there are no tickets required. Just turn up - it's free!
Tech Communities as Fandoms
How is Django like Doctor Who? They’re both projects supported by an incredibly motivated community. This talk will look at the ways in which open source communities parallel fandoms as they form, grow, break off into factions and interact with their supporters and critics. As we learn more about our own communities by looking at our equally-obsessed geeky peers we’ll hopefully discover ways that we can help make our communities (and maybe even fandoms!) more equitable, accessible and open.
Silencing the noisy neighbours - Scaling SaaS with Service Fabric
Your team have just released a brand new SaaS product and the early adopters are loving it!
A major customer hammers your system, great news - you are making loads of money! But how will this 'noisy neighbour' affect the Quality of Service for other customers on the same shared platform?
As time goes by you will find many quick-wins to alleviate this problem and please your customers and business stakeholders, but how long can this be sustained? A new design feels necessary, but how are you going to do it better this time?
In this talk I will introduce you to a cool piece of cross-platform technology called Service Fabric and present an example of how multi-tenant systems can be designed for fairness, but more importantly agility.
Oliver is Research & Development Team Lead at Esendex, with a focus on new product development in emerging markets.
Win stuff at Tech Nottingham!
This month at Tech Nottingham we'll be giving away a copy of Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship. It's Bob Martin's definitive guide to becoming a better coder. A must have on any developer's bookshelf!
Attend and tweet on the #TechNott hashtag to be in with a chance!
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