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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Mohammad Tayarani.

Talis is an education technology company. We write software that enables universities to provide reading lists to students and deliver digitised content. We’re also looking at improving the experience between academic and student when learning with digital resources, otherwise known as the Lighthouse project.

I work on the Lighthouse team as a generalist developer which means I am involved in all aspects of development from the front-end to the back. The Lighthouse project is comprised of a core NodeJS application with a number of supporting systems (written in PHP and JavaScript) that allows students and academics to upload and view content. In the talk I will go into some detail about our architecture and the reasons behind why we have chosen to adopt a micro services approach. I will also talk about some of the challenges involved in developing and supporting a large number of systems.

This talk is part of the Computer Science Departmental Series series.

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