Tutu PHP Meetup # 1: Speeches Video
On April 5, the first PHP Meetup was held at the office of the travel service Tutu.ru. Over 120 backend developers came to visit. We recorded all the performances and share them with you.
How we filmed GDS (carrier flight storage system) for bus carriers
The online bus market is still in its infancy. There are several GDS and many carriers. Only a small part of them are connected to any GDS. Also, we often received offers of cooperation from carriers who want to sell tickets for their buses through us directly. At that moment, we realized that we needed our own GDS.
Andrey Gusev, backend developer Tutu.ru (Buses).
ADR: the story of one experiment
A history of working on one of our product APIs using the Action-Domain-Responder approach. We talked about refactoring legacy code, the difference between ADR and MVC, and how this affected the project and the team.
Ilya Kolesnikov, backend developer Tutu.ru (Avia).
The path from a monolith to an API-based application
As SuperJob moved from a monolith with a long history to an easy API-based application. We discuss the necessity and complexity of such a transition. Let's talk about designing, developing and testing the API.
Alexey Korotin, senior developer of SuperJob.