Microservices: How to Start (Teaser) • Ronnie Mitra & Mike Amundsen

Microservices: How to Start (Teaser) • Ronnie Mitra & Mike Amundsen

What do you need to know before you get started with Microservices? Find out more in the upcoming GOTO Book Club episode.

What do you need to know before you get started with Microservices? Find out more in the upcoming GOTO Book Club episode.

Read the full transcription of this interview question here: https://gotopia.tech/bookclub/episodes/microservices-hands-on

Ronnie Mitra - Author of "Microservices: Up and Running" Mike Amundsen - Author of "Design and Build Great Web APIs"

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