BUILDING REST/ JSON DATABSE APPLICATIONS USING REACTIVE PROGRAMMING WITH ESPRESSO LOGIC'S VAL HUBER
7:00PM Meet, Greet & Eat
7:30PM Main Presentation
Followed by Q&A
Val Huber is the Co-founder and CTO at Espresso Logic. Val has over 25 years of experience building technology to accelerate development and maintenance of business applications. Prior to this, Val was the CTO of Versata, one of the top 5 IPOs of 2000. At Versata, he led the development of a J2EE development environment for large-scale transactional and workflow applications. Versata supported tens of thousands of concurrent users and was deployed by many Fortune 500 firms including ADP, Equifax, Fidelity, IBM and Sears. Val worked as an Architect at Sybase (now part of SAP) before Versata.
Espresso reduces the time scales and costs for developing new server-side applications for databases using REST and JSON. We provide SaaS and on premise technology with a reactive programming model to enable the rapid development and even faster maintenance of mobile, web and B2B applications.
Espresso is the fastest and most maintainable way to build new applications using SQL data, including fine grain security and business logic. You set up a server that exposes data as REST resources in minutes. Row and column level security, providing fine grain access control, is quickly added by completing a few browser-based forms.
Define business logic using reactive logic programming. Reactive rules, a metaphor similar to spreadsheets, define the logic of the application and provide a 50 -100/1 abstraction over native code. Reactive programming enable you to focus capturing the ‘right’ business requirements without paying a performance price. An Espresso application will run as efficiently as one created by your best programmers when they have time to consider and implement a performance architecture.
VENUE/ FOOD & BEVERAGES
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