Technology Radar Vol. 18

Wednesday, June 20th, 6:30pm-8:30pm

Presented by ThoughtWorks Atlanta

ThoughtWorks just released their most recent Technology Radar, Vol. 18. in May!

If you haven't seen it before, it's an interactive publication that explores the direction our industry is heading. We cover the cutting-edge techniques, tools, platforms and frameworks being developed today and discuss how to apply them to your own work.

This edition's themes are:

  • Browser Bulks Up, Server Slims Down
  • Creeping Cloud Complexity
  • Trust Teams but Verify
  • Things Evolve (IoT)

Join us on Wednesday, June 20th at ThoughtWorks Atlanta for food, drinks and discussion around these trends. Network with fellow technologists and have some fun as we dive into some great topics presented by ThoughtWorks consultants Dan La Feir and Senthil Kumar.

ThoughtWorks Atlanta

1175 Peachtree St NE
Colony Square 100, Suite #1400
Atlanta, GA 30361

Rates for parking at the ThoughtWorks building are below, and there are several less costly private lots close by. Parking is free in the evenings at 1375 Peachtree St NE, which is a five or ten minute walk away.

Parking at Colony Square:

First 30 minutes - $4
Every Additional 15 minutes - $2

ThoughtWorks is also accessible from MARTA via the Arts Center Station which is about a ten minute walk to Colony Square.



Welcome & Refreshments


Intro to Tech Radar & Theme Presentations


Q & A / Networking




Dan La Feir

Senior Consultant, ThoughtWorks

Dan is a senior developer at ThoughtWorks who loves writing JavaScript and is a strong advocate for the React ecosystem at various organizations. More broadly, Dan wants to bring attention to the importance of front-end architecture and system thinking within teams. Outside of this, you’ll find him hiking national parks, playing a board game or attempting to make sourdough bread.

Senthil V Kumar

Lead Consultant, ThoughtWorks

Senthil Kumar is a Lead Consultant with ThoughtWorks. He has been with ThoughtWorks for the past 7 years. As a full-stack developer with a passion for clean code and architecture, he is currently working on mobile applications for one of the largest US-based airlines. He is a golang advocate and is also a big fan of the BEAM ecosystem. When not coding, he loves to go on long road trips.