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A tutorial: Get your hands on implementing a Flink app

Hi to all squirrels out there. At last our first and long awaited meetup for 2017 is scheduled to take place on the 22nd of February at the usual place (Skills Matter at CodeNode).

This time, we will be giving attendees a chance to get their hands on implementing Flink processing routines applied on streaming data through a 2-hour long tutorial. It is the perfect opportunity, especially for new members to develop a basic understanding of Flink’s architecture and API (Scala), and apply that understanding for developing and running an example pipeline.

The tutorial will be split into two parts. Part one will introduce the basic Flink concepts and general streaming concepts employed in the Flink architecture. Part two will be more focused on the Scala API as attendees will be guided through an interactive tutorial, occasionally being asked to fill in small snippets of code in order to complete a working Flink implementation, covering concepts like windowing; process and event time etc.

We look forward to seeing you.

Reminder: To get into the venue you must register with SkillsMatter https://skillsmatter.com/meetups/9035-apache-flink-february-meetup

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  • Christos

    Very interesting...

    3 days ago

  • Jack P.

    Hi. I haven't actually written anything in Scala before. Do I need to know the language in order to enjoy the session? I am mainly interested in learning more about the Flink stack. Thanks.

    February 15

    • Christos

      Scala is very self explanatory. It is should easy to follow and understand the concepts as well as to code.

      February 15

    • Jack P.

      Ok great - as long as I should be able to get the concepts, without necessarily getting all of the ins and outs at this stage, it sounds very interesting! Thanks for the advice!

      2 · February 15

  • Phill

    do we need to bring a computer with some software pre-installed ?

    1 · January 31

    • Christos

      You will need your own machine, yes. We will provide you with the rest either through a pen-drive or with a git repo on the day.

      February 15

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