I have been dealing with Microservices for a long time, and a few weeks ago I organized an international Lunch and Learn (L&L) event, hosted by Imola Informatica and aimed at promoting languages and technologies suitable for building software for the Microservices architecture. I’ve already talked about Jolie in the past and this time I thought about involving the Microservices Community in discussing a different language. It was a very special experience for me as we were joined by a very authoritative speaker, Anjana Fernando, director at WSO2, who enthusiastically agreed to talk about their Ballerina language. I love this spontaneous way of cooperation, which always turns out to be an exciting and rewarding experience, and I am extremely grateful to Anjana for accepting my invitation, despite a huge time zone difference – he had to wake up at 2:30 am to join us from California! The event was held in English, with participants from different countries yet with a common interest.
Just two words: Thanks and… Wow!
In this webinar, we introduce the Ballerina language and platform, take a look at some of its prominent features, and conduct some hands-on demonstrations. Enjoy the speech:
Special thanks to the Microservices Community.