Revolut invites Apache Beam meetup 6: detecting fraud @ Revolut & tech deep dive

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We want to invite you to join us for the 6th Beam meet up in London, and the first one in 2019.

We will have 2 speakers: the first one talking about a use-case and the second one is a technical deep dive. We hope to be able to welcome you at Revolut this time ( offices!

18:30 - Registrations, pizza and drinks.

18:45 - kick-off

19:00 - 1st talk: Beam at Revolut.

19:30 - 2nd talk: Beam in-depth: Beam portability and cross-language pipelines


1st talk
For the first talk, we welcome Dmitri Lihhatsov (, data scientist specialising in fraud at Revolut. Dmitri will talk about the fraud detection system he has built using Apache Beam and how it resulted in a fourfold reduction in card fraud by developing insights and predicting customer behaviour to identify fraud patterns such as abnormal spending - without human intervention.

2nd talk
Robert Bradshaw (, senior software engineer at Google, one of the original authors of the FlumeJava and Dataflow paper ( will go deeper into the technicalities of Beam. Specifically, he will talk about Beam portability and cross-language pipelines.

Who should attend
Everyone interested in Data Engineering, Data Science and Machine Learning, who wants to learn about one of the newer and exciting Apache projects focused on batch & stream processing of data. We try to cover both business value as well as digging deeper technically.

Thanks to Revolut ( for providing the space. Thanks to Google ( for sponsoring food & drinks at this meet up.