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Procrastination as a pattern for polyglot interchange

Toby Crawley will give a talk and we'll enjoy pizza and drinks.

Procrastination as a pattern for polyglot interchange

Ruby & Clojure are both great languages with growing popularity, and each have their trade-offs, both technical and environmental. We're going to look at why you would want to use both languages in one project, and a few ways to interchange data between components written in both languages.

We'll see some sample implementations of these interchange methods, and discuss some possible best practices that can be applied to component interchange in general, regardless of language.

About Toby

As a core member of the Immutant and TorqueBox teams at Red Hat, Toby helps drive the integration of Java and other JVM languages.

Prior to joining Red Hat, Toby spent too many years as a freelance consultant developing Ruby and Java applications.

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