Check out our community talks and coding sessions this week at Skills Matter. Plus, we’ve got all the content from last week.
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This month, London Ruby User Group (LRUG) have talks on three topics.
Joel Chippindale – My tests run faster than your tests
Frederrick Cheung – Going Native
Did you realize the event store is not just an event store for the write side but also a stream database on the read side?
In this first meeting we will to figure out where the community (you !!!) want to take this project and flesh out the game world physics as well the high level architecture.
Come along and bring your laptop, we will be coding.
Actors have become a commonly used abstraction for concurrent and parallel programming in Scala. However, many real-world systems and applications combine actors with other concurrency abstractions, such as futures, or threads and shared-memory synchronization constructs.
This talk explores pitfalls of typical combinations and provides some advice on ensuring their correctness and efficiency.
Don Syme (@dsyme) will dig into the Freebase type provider
In this talk Steve Smith will share some of the people and technical challenges encountered while building a pipeline for 60+ applications at Sky Network Services, including the use of the Strangler pattern and applying autonomation (“automation with a human touch”) practices to an organisation.
Check out our podcasts of last weeks talks!
If you have any questions in regard to our community events, please do not hesitate to get in contact with myself on theo.england<at>skillsmatter.com!