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Presentation: Decomposing the Monolith AMA w/ McVeigh & Kaiser

Track: Speaker AMAs (Ask Me Anything)

Location: Boardroom C

Duration: 2:55pm - 3:45pm

Day of week: Tuesday

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Speaker: Andrew McVeigh

Former VP Architecture @hulu

Andrew is an experienced technical leader & architect. He's worked successfully at the highest level across a number of different domains - until recently he was the chief architect at Hulu, and previously at Riot Games he created much of the service underpinnings of League of Legends, and also architected the new game client which is on 120m+ desktops.

Andrew has a PhD in software engineering from Imperial College, London where he explored how to create systems that build in extensibility.

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Speaker: Susanne Kaiser

Independent Tech Consultant, previously CTO @JustSocialApps

Susanne Kaiser is an independent tech consultant from Hamburg, Germany, and was previously working as a startup CTO transforming their SaaS solution from monolith to microservices. She has a background in computer sciences and experience in software development and software architecture for more than 15 years and regularly presents at international tech conferences.

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