Michał Lowas-Rzechonek

I work mostly on the backend, but also embedded devices. My primary focus are IoT and other network-oriented applications. That's one of the reasons I am not allowed to touch the UI.

I think the industry is going in circles and we invent LISP every 10 years. I don't know why I code in Python, since real programmers code in C.

Currently working as a System Architect at Silvair.

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Caching in microservices
Michał Lowas-Rzechonek

There are two hard problems in programming: naming things and cache invalidation. I'll cover the latter, in a microservice-based system. Given a fairly standard setup with API Gateway and a backend service with its own database, I'll show how to implement cache that allows us to avoid database queries without modifying API client.

The whole talk is based on live coding.

North Hall