More than 30% of developers stay updated and grow their skills by reading books on paper. Also, many of them are writers too! That’s why we’re starting our own Book Club on Twitch, a place for sharing, learning, and getting inspired by great devs together with the Codemotion community.
Get ready for an engaging live talk in our third edition of Devs Book Club! Our new guest? Luca Mezzalira, Principal Solutions Architect at AWS, International Speaker, and O’Reilly author. We will meet live on Twitch on May 11th: remember to do your homework and read his amazing book: “Building Micro-Frontends: Scaling Teams and Projects, Empowering Developers“
About Luca Mezzalira
Being associated with the industry since 2004, Luca has expertise predominantly in the solution architecture field. He has obtained accolades for revolutionising the scalability of frontend architectures with micro-frontends, from increasing the efficiency of workflows, to delivering quality products. He is an excellent communicator who believes in using an interactive approach for understanding and solving problems of varied scopes.
Mezzalira has helped DAZN become a global OTT platform in just 5 years, now as Principal Architect at AWS, he’s helping the company’s customers in the media and entertainment industry to deliver cost-effective and scalable cloud solutions for their customers.
Finally, he’s sharing with the community the best practices to develop cloud-native architectures solving technical and organizational challenges.
Discover more about Luca Mezzalira at https://lucamezzalira.com/
Rules of the Devs Book Club
First rule: we don’t talk about the book club
Second rule: we don’t talk about the book club –
Third rule: everyone reads the book of the month (or at least they try to)
Fourth rule: Any question is welcome
Fifth rule: we speak in turn and do not superimpose ourselves on others –
Sixth rule: one book at a time –
Seventh rule: we meet online every second Wednesday of the month
Eighth rule: if we can’t say anything good, we don’t say anything
Ninth rule: a meeting does not end if the next book has not been decided
Tenth rule: the COC is respected