From Microservices to Headless Architecture — Save your developer's frustration

Go headless, extend your microservices architecture with headless architecture and prevent downtime of your important business logic.

All developers know how frustrating it is when the application is going down, as a developer can’t do anything because your role is backend developer, and it the frontend application there has a problem or it can be you have the role as a frontend developer and its something…




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Paris Nakita Kejser

Paris Nakita Kejser

DevOps Engineer, Software Architect, Software Developer, Data Scientist and identify me as a non-binary person.

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