Diesen Freitag (21.12.) bieten wir im FAE wieder einmal einen offenen Gastvortrag an. Diesmal besuchen uns Wolf Schlegel und Niko Hellwig von ThoughtWorks mit dem Vortrag "Micro frontends over UI monoliths". Alle Interessierten sind hierzu herzlich eingeladen, ab 13:30 Uhr in Raum 0501.

Über die Vortragenden:

Wolf Schlegel is a professionally qualified software engineer with over 20 years of international consulting experience. He worked throughout the software lifecycle as a developer, software systems architect, team lead, business analyst and enterprise IT architect delivering major software systems. Wolf works for ThoughtWorks Germany and helps teams to deliver working software.
Wolf‘s primary professional interests are microservices in the cloud, continuous delivery and devops, software architecture, agile enablement and humanitarian software.

Niko Hellwig is passionate developer who also became passionate about leading teams to successful and high quality software. As a team lead and tech lead for delivery teams at ThoughtWorks, Niko focuses on maximising business value fast and delivering high quality and easy to maintain software.
Niko‘s primary interests are the digital platforms (cloud / on-premise), micro-services, distributed computing, continuous delivery, machine learning and the rust programming language.

Über das Thema:

„Micro frontends are close relatives of microservices. Once an organisation implements a microservice architecture, the decision whether or not to use micro frontends is one of the most important ones to take.

In their lecture, Wolf and Niko look into three aspects of micro frontends:

• What are micro frontends, why do they exist at all and what business value do they provide?

• How can they be implemented, in particular in today‘s world of single page applications?

• Last but not least, how does reality look? Based on six case studies, the presenters share experiences from a variety of real life products.“