Here’s your weekly update on what’s ‘happening’ and happened at Skills Matter when the sun goes down…
Franz will be presenting his experiences with Liftweb and Netty, as well as Web-Development with Scala in general. He will explain how Scala has enabled him to produce meaningful, stable and performing code and why it is endless fun for him!
It always sounds easy – “use the best tool for the job”. When it comes time to building systems with multiple persistent stores, we’re met with challenges in integration, existing applications, and push back from IT administrators. In this session, we’ll look at the multitude of challenges of achieving polyglot persistence nirvana, and strategies for addressing associated risks.
There’s always been this tension between the agile and architecture camps. What both camps don’t always realize is that the purpose of their actions is really about managing risk. Join Udi Dahan for an irreverent romp through agile principles, architectural “best practices”, and the organizational dysfunction that binds them.
We will launch the London 0MQ User Group with Pieter Hintjens talking about the mind-boggling awesomeness of Zero. Pieter, the author of the forthcoming O’Reilly book on 0MQ and one of the founders of the project, will explain the basics of this connectivity library: what problems it solves and how it works.
This session will focus on deploying and managing your Spring Application in the cloud using VMware vFabric Application Director. A series of Spring applications, increasing in complexity, will be deployed. The deployments will cover generating property files and activating Spring profiles.
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