presenting vol.20 our latest

ThoughtWorks Tech Radar

5th June, London

Adopt, trial, assess or hold? Get ahead of the latest tech trends 

Wednesday 5th June - 6.30pm onwards for a 7pm start
76 Wardour Street, London, UK

Join us on Wednesday 5th June - we’d like to invite you to join James Lewis, member of our Technology Advisory Board (TAB) and Lucy Kurian, Lead Consultant for a presentation and discussion on our latest Tech Radar.

Tech Radar is your free (opinionated) guide to the latest techniques, tools, platforms, languages and frameworks. We build it, research it, test it, open source it, write about it, and constantly aim to improve it—for everyone.

The Radar is created by our TAB group, a diverse mix of senior technology leaders from all over the ThoughtWorks' world. They meet regularly to discuss the technology strategy for ThoughtWorks and the technology trends that impact our industry.

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Speakers

James Lewis

Technical Director, ThoughtWorks
James has helped introduce evolutionary architecture practices and Agile software development techniques to various blue-chip companies, investment banks, publishers and media organisations.

As a member of the ThoughtWorks TAB group, the team that creates the Technology Radar, he contributes to industry adoption of open source and other tools, techniques, platforms and languages. For the last few years, he has been working as a coding architect on projects built using microservices; exploring new patterns and ways of working as he goes. Read more about James here.

Lucy Kurian

Lead Consultant, ThoughtWorks
Lucy has brought agile and microservices transformation and delivery to many organisations. Lucy helps her clients build and integrate large-scale distributed and disparate systems, focusing on her areas of expertise across global projects. During her time in Bangalore, Lucy actively participated in mentoring and shaping the technical community.

She is passionate about engineering solutions for complex business problems and loves the challenge of work with emerging technologies, especially in the context of global and diverse domains and cultures. Find out more about Lucy here.