February DevClub will be hosted by Pipedrive. So all DevClubers are most welcome @ Pipedrive Office, Paldiski mnt 80 (G4S house). The event will be held on 16th of February at 19:00, at the 6th floor hall.
1. Queues, queues, queues. How RabbitMQ enables reactive architectures.
Martin Tajur is the CTO and Co-Founder of Pipedrive, the sales pipeline management tool used by well over 10,000 businesses worldwide. Having background in design and systems engineering, he built and shaped core systems during most of Pipedrive's existence until mid 2015. He now evaluates new tools and technologies, and takes part in long term architecture planning at Pipedrive.
What will Martin talk about?
In a system architecture discussion a few weeks ago, a colleague of mine said "if an organization is large enough, the only things you'll hear its engineers talk about are queues." Obviously it takes more than just queues to form a good systems architecture — or any kind of system at all for that matter — but queues are crucial nevertheless. If one looked at floor plans of small, medium and large airports, one easily notices the growing correlation between the overall size of the airport and floor space allocated to ... queues.
Martin will share some war stories from their use of RabbitMQ at Pipedrive during the last 3,5 years, covering use cases, philosophies as well as tips and tricks. Also covering reactive manifesto, async communication and message routing patterns, scalability and how to good care of your RabbitMQ instances.
2. Digital Signatures: Estonia vs The World.
Anton Keks is Co-Owner and developer at Codeborne.
What will Anton talk about?
It is really easy to identify a website visitor and get their legally valid digital signature in Estonia. All the necessary tools for that were provided to all the Estonian citizen and residents already 15 years ago.
When I faced all the problems with digital signatures in Russia I started to appreciate much more what have been built in our country in this field. In this talk I’ll cover how it all works and what parts of infrastructure other countries miss and what has to be built from scratch. I will also explain why it is important to have two keys on ID card and how convenient it is to work with in Java.
See you on 16th of February, 19:00 @ Pipedrive Office.
PS! Event will be held in English.