Serge Domkowski

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Serge Domkowski

Kavi Corporation

Biography

I’ve been involved in making web software for about 22 years. I design and write code, talk about code (much to the delight of my wife), play with my son, ride my bicycle, root for the Timbers, drink beer, and once in a while sleep.

Open Source Bridge 2017

Proposals for this user

* Advanced filtering on your API endpoints with SQLAlchemy and FIQL

How robust is the filtering of your API? Let's delve into how a string of text can become a set of instructions to the API on exactly what records should be returned.
Practice 2017-03-15 17:08:07 +0000
Serge Domkowski

Open Source Bridge 2016

Sessions for this user

* Micro-services provide some benefits, but at what cost?

Several years ago, there was an architectural paradigm shift toward "micro-services" and away from the "monolithic" application stack. A micro-service architecture comes with scalability and replaceability, among others, but is it worth the time and effort to build it? Is it worth debugging API calls gone wrong? If you're thinking about making this move, have already started, or have already deployed to production, this is an ideal venue to see what others are doing with micro-services.
Theory
Serge Domkowski

Proposals for this user

* Advanced filtering on your API endpoints with SQLAlchemy and FIQL

How robust is the filtering of your API? Let's delve into how a string of text can become a set of instructions to the API on exactly what records should be returned.
Theory 2016-04-12 17:11:35 +0000
Serge Domkowski

Open Source Bridge 2015

Proposals for this user

* RESTful Micro-service communication over AMQP

In the last several years, the web application has evolved from “monolith” to collection of APIs. In this presentation, we discuss the advantages, the difficulties, and some of the technologies involved in getting APIs to talk with each other successfully.
Chemistry 2015-03-09 15:25:40 +0000
Serge Domkowski

Open Source Bridge 2014

Proposals for this user

* RESTful Micro-service communication over AMQP

In the last several years, the web application has evolved from “monolith” to collection of APIs. In this presentation, we discuss the advantages, the difficulties, and some of the technologies involved in getting APIs to talk with each other successfully.
Cooking 2014-03-17 18:26:54 +0000
Serge Domkowski