RESTful API Design and Working with Legacy Code

Apr 19, 2018 · Orlando, United States of America

Tommy Lee: RESTful API Design: Illustrated

We’ll attempt to explain RESTful design and see what we can learn when we simplify terms and concepts into pictures.

We’ll also cover some of the challenges developers face when it comes to implementing REST.

Tommy Lee is a Web Applications Developer for Entertainment Benefits Group. He When he's not working on fixing his SEO or talking about doing fitness, Tommy co-runs the least scalable meetup in the world: Orlando Cook & Code.

Michael Tracy: Working with Legacy Code; How to test the untestable

Ever had to debug a method 1000 lines long? Ever had to fix said bug? Ever had to push the fix to prod, and pray you didn't break anything? If this sounds familiar, then you might be working with Legacy Code. In this talk, I will be presenting techniques to understand, refactor, and ultimately test such a codebase.

Who am I? My name is Mike Tracy, and I'm a senior backend engineer for Universal Orlando. I've worked with projects big and small, code new and old, but still learn new things every day.

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  • Orlando Backend Developers Meetup

    A group for backend developers in the Orlando area. Topics include architectural patterns and principles, RESTful Web APIs, database technologies and when to use them, CD/CI, automated testing, horizontal scalability, and big data. Join us for content that's accessible for folks new to the craft, and interesting for those who do it every day!

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