|18th June James Neate and Jack Kirk|
Oracle JET Micro-Frontends and Visualising with Oracle JET
James Neate and Jack Kirk, Capgemini
It's safe to say Microservices are a hot topic, it's not often you go to a conference without there being a talk about them, but what's stopping us extending the best practices of Microservices into our UI applications? In short, not much! The session consists of a presentation that highlights the impacts of adopting a micro front-end architectural style within your team and concludes with how this can be achieved using Oracle JET via slides and also a live demonstration. The demonstration materials will be available on GitHub after the session.
James is an Oracle ACE with a focus on both UIs and APIs, he has presented across Europe on both topics and is keen to work and explore the latest technological trends. His time at Capgemini has been mainly focused on designing and developing UIs, Microservices and APIs. Most recently he has been leading a team to design and develop an application rich with Oracle JET visualisations and reactive microservices.