- What: Boise Tech Talk 2015, Pt. 1
- When: Thursday, May 21, 2015
- Time: 6:00 p.m.—8:00 p.m. (MST)
- Where: BSU Special Events Center (attached to the Student Union Building), 1800 W University Dr, Boise, ID 83725
- Drinks: Water Provided
- Cost: Free
The API for Bodybuilding.com serves more than a hundred million API calls everyday across hundreds of servers. Learn how we use Hystrix to build a distributed system that is both fault and latency tolerant. We will discuss the bulkhead and circuit breaker patterns used by Hystrix to provide a resilient and fast API.
2 Grunt, RequireJS, AngularJS and Yeoman
Our Client Side Engineers at Bodybuilding.com have fully embraced a modern front-end tech stack to speed up development, testing, and deploys. We use AngularJS to build and scale our social and eCommerce apps, RequireJS for modularity in our build process, and Grunt and Yeoman for minification, compilation, linking, and more.
Learn how Bodybuilding.com transitioned to these frameworks and tools with live coding demonstrations.
3 Q&A With BBCOM Engineers
Ask the Bodybuilding.com development team questions and gain valuable insight from the industry's best!
Justin has been a software engineer at Bodybuilding.com for over 7 years. He cut his teeth on front-end development for a few years before shifting his focus to server-side technologies to round out his role as a full-stack developer. He’ll be walking through setting up a client-side project with technologies designed to help streamline the development workflow and follow best practices.
P.S. Justin is a #rockstar.
Ryan has been at Bodybuilding.com for 5 years. He is currently the Engineering Manager for the Community API teams. The Bodybuilding.com API handles over 110 million requests every day, so there is a heavy focus on performance, scalability, and resiliency.
Prior to joining Bodybuilding.com, Ryan worked at MarkMonitor, a domain registrar for large corporations including Google, Facebook and Yahoo.