Many organizations, especially with matured business models, have to deal with legacy. Long time to production, nobody willing to support your system, chaos after leaving of engineers with critical system knowledge, hard to keep roadmap on time – sounds familiar?
Jan, CEO of J-Labs, a technology support company based in Poland and Munich as well as Michal, a Senior Software Engineer at J-Labs will shortly address legacy-related issues, covering business, technical and people related aspects. They will then give an overview of how to find ways out of this trap and will focus also on efficient and safe micro-services – both from technical and from business perspective. Both will also include a related client case from CircleK.
J-Labs is one of the outstanding mid-market technology support companies, based in Poland with activities and well known clients in Germany, that have demonstrated a high level of commitment and smart, individual software development services and solutions in our markets. I am very happy to have J-Labs sharing some of their experiences in a very critical area – legacy systems, said Stephan Fricke, from Outsourcing Verband.
Date and time: April 12th, 15:30 h
Jan Orzechowski, j-labs GmbH – Engineer, CEO and co-founder of j-labs, 250 people software development company, Forbes Diamond 2017 awarded. Working in IT industry for 20 years as Business Analyst, Project Manager, CTO and from 10 years as CEO. Computer sciences and economic studies alumni, combines technical background with business perspective. In j-labs responsible for general management, business development on DACH market, finance and administration areas. Startup’s Mentor in MIT Enterprise Forum accelerator. On weekends beekeeper and motobiker.
Michał Zaborowski, j-labs Gmbh – Senior Software Engineer with 20 years of experience, in different industries, but all the time close to development. Currently transforms legacy applications to cloud solutions, on AWS.