How To Build a Python Microservice Without Losing a Job

Avoid typical microservice pitfalls: about the stack, communication and deployment

Anton Caceres

Architecture Best Practice Communication Distributed Systems Microservices

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Sarcastic talk, sharing real-life experience on both technical and social aspects of doing an architecture migration to microservices without losing a job.

Any change in software architecture is a significant time investment. Writing microservices in Python is a joy, but when you decide on it, there is often no way back. Therefore it is always an advantage to know what to expect in advance, not just from inspiring blog posts but also from the harsh reality.

I would like to share typical pitfalls of choosing a framework stack, communication protocol, conventions, and deployment process — all covered by real projects.

Type: Talk (30 mins); Python level: Beginner; Domain level: Beginner

Anton Caceres


Developer and entrepreneur running an agency in Munich. Conference organizer. Love the Python community, happy to share and learn!