REST is Dead

DevconTLV March Conference, Thursday, March 12, 2015, 09:10


Using REST for real time web applications is either not efficient or not relevant in the world of micro services. Maintaining extreme performance characteristics while using multiple RESTful APIs in one product becomes challenging. During the presentation we will list some of the problems we encountered and explain various solutions and tools we have come up with and developed. At the end of the lecture we are planning to open source our solution.


 

Efim  Dimenstein

Efim Dimenstein

Chief Architect

LivePerson

 

Web Architect
Period: 03-2012 - Now
Company: Liveperson (LPSN)
Job type: Full-Time
 
Responsible for creating scalable, high performance and maintainable architecture in the company using the best technology to solve the problem. I am involved with every group in the company that is working on client-side technologies.
 
Browser Technologies Guru
Period: 06-2011 - 03-2012
Company: Liveperson (LPSN)
Job type: Full-Time
Being the contact 'expert' point for the whole company on the client-side development. Leading the introduction of new web technologies in the company.
 
Technical Leader
Period: 06-2009 - 06-2011
Company: Liveperson (LPSN)
Job type: Full-Time
Being the contact 'expert' point within the team for various technological problems, making sure that the team produces products upto the company technological standards.
 
Senior Software Engineer
Period: 06-2006 - 05-2009
Company: Liveperson (LPSN)
Job type: Full-Time
Responsible for creating Liveperson visitor monitoring solution (client and server side) and most of the visitor facing content that the company uses.
 
 
Itai Chejanovsky

Itai Chejanovsky

System Architect

LivePerson


I've been a front end developer for years, dealt with the good, bad and ugly of it - until we arrived at this golden age of code. I'm passionate about clearly written code, clean design, solid implementation and immaculate performance. 
I also love a good guitar, great sound, a well made steak and a good swim.
 

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