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Distributed System's Meetup - 11th Feb 2017

  • February 11 · 10:30 AM
  • Software AG Bangalore Technologies Pvt Ltd

Happy New Year to all  Distributed Computing Geeks. I know it's little late. Well we have a new year gift for you all. A session on explosive cocktail of Generics & lambdas from the JAVA CHAMPION Henri Tremblay. Don't miss your chance to attend a great session from Henri .

AGENDA :-

•  Generics and lambdas from the ground up

Lambdas are sexy. But they are adding complexity. Mixed with generics, it creates a dangerous cocktail. 

Together, we will start from the bottom of generics and go straight through lambda inference.

Because you really need to know why it is the way.

You’ll get out with a useful Java developer survival kit.

By :-  Henri  Tremblay, Java Champion, Terracotta R&D

Henri Tremblay is Java Champion. He was coding ephemeral games on his VIC-20 before you were born.

He leads EasyMock and Objenesis and contributes to Ehcache open source projects.

He is a recurrent speaker at multiple conferences such as JavaOne, DevoxxFR, USI, Confoo, SoftShake and JUGs

He loves optimization and productivity. In Java and in general. He tries to be useful.

Find out more about him :-

http://blog.tremblay.pro/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zolbIZS4SRQ&list=PLPIzp-E1msrYicmovyeuOABO4HxVPlhEA

https://blogs.oracle.com/java/new-java-champion-henri-tremblay


TEA BREAK - 10 mins 

You also have a chance to win exciting goodies(Terracotta\Ehcache t-shirts).


• Go distributed with Terracotta and cache terabytes of data.

We will show how to leverage the features of Ehcache 3 in frameworks like Spring/Hibernate and learn how good caching integration allows for seamless scaling. Scale up is achieved using the open source off heap support. Clustering with Terracotta will be the building ground for scale out and high availability. 
Attendees will learn all they need to get going with the Open Source offering and will have insights into the upcoming enterprise features that will be released in the future. 

Highlights - Live Demos :)

By :- Abhilash, Terracotta R&D

Works for Terracotta and contributes actively to Ehcache open source projects.

Loves concurrency, functional programming and distributed systems.


• Snacks :- You can also use this occasion to meet and directly talk about your use cases with us and also get to know how you can become part of the open source ecosystem around it.  

NOTE :- THIS IS A FREE EVENT

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  • Gauri S.

    Thanks Abhilash, Henri and Software AG team for this great session.

    1 · February 14

  • Sanjeev K.

    It was nice

    1 · February 11

    • Abhilash

      Sorry for pressing enter too fast ...... Please have a look at https://github.com/ehc...­, it does have a demo for that using Dockers. If you have any more question, you can also raise them at https://groups.google....­ or in stackoverflow tagged with "ehcache".

      1 · February 13

    • Sanjeev K.

      ok

      February 13

  • Sanjeev K.

    It was really nice to know the deeper concepts in Java

    1 · February 13

    • Nilesh

      Awesome thanks very much.

      1 · February 13

  • Devendra T.

    Very insightful.. Great to know type witness :) and many such new terms
    Realized Java has so much to explore
    Thanks Henri and Abhilash for sharing and exciting us!

    1 · February 11

  • draahns k

    This was my first meetup. And I have got to say it was really good. It was really good interaction and the topics covered was very interesting. Looking forward for more meetup.

    1 · February 11

  • Nilesh

    Would be great if you could share the slides.

    1 · February 11

  • Arunmozhi S.

    Can you please today's presentation slides on both the topics.?

    1 · February 11

  • Rajnish C.

    Please share the slides. Thanks

    1 · February 11

  • Abhilash

    Reach out to me at[masked] if you have problem in finding location.

    February 11

  • Abhilash

    Hi All,
    Please note that the start time is 10:30 AM. Please be on time so that we can start sessions on time.

    January 31

  • Abhilash

    We always try to ensure that no one gets missed as there are unplanned delays on weekend!. But I really apologize for delays and will ensure to start on time in upcoming meetups.

    1 · January 31

  • Mohammad Nawazish K.

    Good to see you back Abhilash!!! Great lineup.

    1 · January 21

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