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Wednesday, 22 January

Haifa:Dev – Let’s talk about Back-End

Time:18:00-21:00

Place:Regus Pal-Yam

Address:Sderot HaPalyam 2, Haifa

About the Event

Join us in our next meetup!
We’ve gathered professionals from all around Israel talk about in-demand Back-End topics, so that you won’t have to travel far.

Agenda:

18:00 – Gathering and networking
18:15 – From Monolith to Microservices – Vered Flis
19:00 – 15-minute break: time to get to know each other!
19:15 – Docker: Why Me? – Adam Russak
20:00 – 15-minute break: time to get to know each other!
20:15 – Detecting Security Vulnerabilities in Node.js – Yaki Klein
21:00 – Wrap-up

Our Lectures:

From Monolith to Microservices – Vered Flis

In times of high pace development and continues delivery, the traditional way of building enterprise applications, using a monolithic approach, has become problematic. As applications get larger and more complex, the development cycles becomes longer and results in less-reliable applications.
Microservices architecture has been making waves among development organizations since the term was first coined in 2011.
Today, microservices is on the verge of going mainstream with 36% of enterprises surveyed are currently using microservices, with another 26% in the research phase.
But what exactly is microservices architecture, and is it right for your organization’s culture, skills, and needs?

Docker: Why Me? – Adam Russak

dockers have been around for some time now, what is it? Why should I know it? How will it help my business or software?
In my session I will try to disperse some of the smoke and make you understand what “docker”/ “container”/ “image” are and when can it be a good thing to use.

Detecting Security Vulnerabilities in Node.js – Yaki Klein

The highly dynamic and asynchronous capabilities offered by Node.js give an easy and powerful manner to produce real-world applications.
However, those powerful features make it challenging to detect vulnerabilities by Application Security Testing (AST) tools in a precise and comprehensive way.
In this lecture, I’ll review the basics of AST and explain about the latest technologies that can help us keep our Node.js applications secure.

Our Speakers:

Vered Flis

Software Engineer at CodeValue
Technion Almuni
Full-Stack web developer with 8 years of experience.

Adam Russak

DevOps Engineer at Antelliq.
4 years of IT experience including working and supporting R&D Using on-prem/Cloud. currently working as a part of a DevOps team building and maintaining multiple CI/CD Env, using many technologies such as Docker, K8S, Azure and more.

Yaki Klein

Senior Software Engineer at Checkmarx.
I come with many years of backend experience in many cutting edge technologies. currently developing security tools for server applications.

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