As the weather warms up so does the new technology at dotNet Miami! On Thursday May 16th at 6:30 PM we have two fantastic presentations ready for you. Hadoop. We've all heard the name but what is it really? Daniel Silva will introduce us to what just may be the hottest topic in technology, Hadoop. He'll show us what it is, what it isn't and how we can use it. Then Al Santaballa will be back to show us how to integrate a powerful text editor TinyMCE into our ASP.Net applications. So beat the heat and join us for the coolest technology that you can use today.
We will also be giving away more books, swag, and more one-month subscriptions to PluralSight.
Because we don't want the fun to stop when the meeting is over we'll be at Miller's Ale House on Miracle Mile (101 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables) for food and networking. All are welcome.
Session and Speaker Details:
Introduction to Hadoop
A high-level introduction to Hadoop: why it was created, its benefits, its history, its architecture, and sample use cases and applications.
Daniel Silva is a senior member on IPC's VP3 team, which is responsible for the payment processing platform of all Subway restaurants, and an active contributor to various open source projects. Before that he worked as a Systems Architect for various companies (EMC, Platinum Solutions SRA, Revolution LLC) both in the United States, England and the Netherlands. Daniel holds dual Bachelor’s degrees in English and Mathematics from Florida International University.
TinyMCE Editor in ASP.Net Apps
Alberto Santaballa is a senior developer for database information systems in multiple languages, and interfacing software systems on Windows and *nix environments. He is a technological problem solver with proven record of building and implementing systems designed to improve business processes and cut costs, offering over ten years in software design and database management. Recognized for taking initiative to offer viable solutions. Alberto has experience in the analysis, development and testing of large scale, highly complex systems.