Apache Heron Hands-On (Monthly)

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Every 3rd Monday of the month

150 Mathilda Pl

150 Mathilda Pl · Sunnyvale, CA

How to find us

Sunnyvale City Center Building; Entrance on Aries Way; Public parking; Wait at the entrance until someone picks you up;

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Details

This is the 13th of our monthly hands-on sessions in Apache Heron, the fastest streaming engine.

Come on over with your *laptop* and meet the creators.
Also, we will help you prepare you for your journey into *Apache Heron*.

Agenda:[masked]: Newbie Intro to Apache Heron & Java; *Laptop Setup*[masked] : Networking over Gourmet Food and Drinks[masked] : Streamlet: Heron Functional API[masked] : Q & A.

Ning Wang, is a software engineer in Twitter, currently working in realtime-compute team. He is an active contributor in Heron project and an Apache Commiter. He worked on Twitter Web Service and Observability Backend before joining the current team. Before Twitter, Ning spent more than a decade in the game industry.

Karthik Ramasamy, Co-Founder, has over two decades of experience in real-time data processing, parallel databases, big data infrastructure, and networking. He was engineering manager and technical lead for Real Time Analytics at Twitter, where he co-created the Heron real-time engine. Prior to Twitter, Karthik was co-founder of Locomatix, a company specialized in real-time processing on Hadoop and Cassandra, and worked at Greenplum and Juniper Networks. He is the author of several publications, patents and co-author of Network Routing: Algorithms, Protocols and Architectures.

Host Bio:
Sree Vaddi, Strategic Solutions Architect & Technical Advisor (ML/DL/AI, IoT, FinTech), a Java Veteran and an Apache Committer. Started his journey in Java in 1995, downloading a copy of JDK 1.0.2 from javasoft.com. Continued working in Java, including an opportunity to work at JavaSoft of Sun Microsystems in 1998 and further to today and ever. He is experienced in Core Java, Enterprise Edition, Mobile, Big Data, IoT and ML/DL/AI. He has been contributing to open source.

What we covered:
2018:
Month#0. An intro to Apache and it's major features - San Francisco
Sep 2018: An intro to Apache and it's major features - South Bay
Oct 2018: Caladrius
Nov 2018: Apache Heron - Stateful
Dec 2018: Caladrius (On popular demand)

2019:
Jan 2019: Streamlet: Heron Functional API
Feb 2019: Use of Heron at Twitter for Network Analysis
Mar 2019: A Series of Talks on Apache Heron - Part 1
(Low-Level API in Java & Python; Migrate a Storm Topology to Heron Topology.)
Apr 2019: First Year Anniversary @ Twitter HQ in San Francisco.
May 2019: Heron Packing Algorithms.
Jun 2019: Real-time monitoring of Twitter's network infrastructure with Heron (with ACM)
Jul 2019: A Series of Talks on Apache Heron - Part 2
(Heron Streamlet API in Java, Python and Scala)
Aug 2019: Streamlet: Heron Functional API

Please join me in thanking our sponsors:
1. Red Hat for generously providing their facility to host our meetup
http://www.redhat.com/

2. Twitter.com, for providing gourmet food and drinks.
https://twitter.com/

3. Streaml.io, for providing gourmet food and drinks.
https://streaml.io/