Join XM Cyber and Tamar Twena at the International JavaScript Conference

All Backend developers and other members of the Dev community are invited for the International JavaScript Conference on September 2-4. Due the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s edition will be online.

Tamar Twena, XM Cyber’s Backend Team Leader, will be your host at two talks:

Implement Event Sourcing in Node.js
Friday, September 4 2020
10:00 – 10:45 (London time, GMT+1)

Description: Event sourcing is a very popular pattern in modern server systems, helping systems to hold massive traffic. Node.js has become one of the most popular frameworks to write servers in the last few years. As Node servers need to scale up to more and more data, they need to get familiar with architecture patterns that will allow them to scale their server efficiently. In this lecture, after explaining what event sourcing is and in which cases it is good for, I will show several implementations of event sourcing server, starting with implement it yourself, integrate with different event buses and implementing it with the Nest.js, a new Node.js library rising in popularity that has a built-in event-sourcing module. At the end of this lecture, the developers will have knowledge about this pattern, when it fits their project needs and how to implement it.

Effective Microservices Architecture in Node.js
Friday, September 4 2020
13:00 – 13:45 (London time, GMT+1)

Description: Microservices architecture has become the main architecture pattern to write servers in the last period. Node.js is one of the most popular technologies for writing servers in our days, rising in popularity. The best thing when starting from scratch is to go microservices, but even if you have a monolithic application you can do your newest parts in the microservice way. In this talk, I will talk about how to build microservices in Node.js. Which framework to use ( Express? Nest.js?) on each use case, which communication way to use according to the use case, and how to scale the microservices. After this talk, you will have the tools to build a better microservice environment.

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