A Cloud-Native Apps Look Ahead for 2019

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Description: Brian talks with Jeff Meyerson (@the_prion, Host of @software_daily) about the state of Cloud-native application development heading into 2019.

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Topic 1 - Happy New Year. Tell us a little bit about your background, and what motivates you to continue to dig into every aspect of Cloud-native application development?

Topic 2 - Developers have lots of opinions and approaches to building software. Have you seen much in terms of commonality or consistency about how developers are building cloud-native applications?

Topic 3 - What are some of the areas that developers really love today, and some areas where developers are really frustrated?

Topic 4 - A decade ago, it was all about the LAMP stack. We hear about the MEAN (Mongo, Express, Angular, Node) stack, but also lots of discussions about things like Kafka and more real-time applications. Are you seeing trends around application stacks, or is it really about lots of options now as applications move to microservices (and serverless)?

Topic 5 - SED covered quite a few aspects of Machine Learning in 2018. What are some of the things you’ve learned about ML usage and how it’s impacting application developers?

Topic 6 - What are some of the topics that you’re really interested to explore in 2019?

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