• How low can you go? Ultra low latency Java in the real world
    How low can you go? Ultra low latency Java in the real world Join us for a state of the world update on the latest technologies used in high frequency trading. In this talk we'll look at: Java's place in the ultra low latency world Designing an ultra low latency contract The necessity for DevOps Microservices in the ultra low latency space Come along to this session for a discussion of coding techniques and best practices for extreme low latency coding. About the Speaker Daniel Shaya has been coding in Java since it was in beta. For the past 10 years he's been working on ultra low latency banking systems. Previous to his consulting roles at investment banks Daniel spent a number of years working at Chronicle, the open source low latency Java framework. Agenda: 6pm: Doors open/Registration 6.30pm: How low can you go? Ultra low latency Java in the real world - Daniel Shaya (running time approximately 1 hour) 7.30pm: Q+A Please ensure you sign up on Eventbrite with your full name for security purposes - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-low-can-you-go-ultra-low-latency-java-in-the-real-world-tickets-50775436698 A big thank you to WeWork for sponsoring this event. This event is organised by RecWorks on behalf of the London Java Community. You can see our latest jobs here https://recworks.co.uk/java-developer-jobs-london/ You can see our privacy policy here: http://recworks.co.uk/privacy-policy Continue the conversation at our Slack Group: https://londonjavacommunity.slack.com Sign up here if you're not a member: https://barrycranford.typeform.com/to/IIyQxd

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    Sign up on Eventbrite for Location · London

    Respond by: 10/30/2018
  • Introduction to Stream Processing
    Tonight in conjunction with Hazelcast (https://www.hazelcast.com) and the Hazelcast User Group (https://www.meetup.com/Hazelcast-User-Group-London-HUGL/) we'll be discussing 'Easy and Fast Stream Processing' with Neil Stevenson, Senior Solution Architect at Hazelcast. In this session you will learn all about directed acyclic graph (DAG) and why it is so powerful for Big Data processing. We will walk you through the evolution of Big Data computing from sequential to DAG as well as other techniques such as SP/SC, Cooperative Multithreading, Data Locality, In-Memory sources and sinks, and WaitFree algorithms that power the third generation of Big Data processing. This presentation will also feature an introduction to Hazelcast JET, an Apache 2 licensed, DAG-based platform for in-memory streaming and fast batch processing that illustrates many of the techniques found in a third generation Big Data platform. We will walk you through coding common tasks in Java and then step it up to writing full-blown applications in less than a hundred lines of Java code, for applications such as Bitcoin, Twitter sentiment analysis and real-time monitoring of worldwide commercial aircraft. About the speaker Neil is a Solution Architect for Hazelcast, the leading operational data management company. In more than 25 years of work in IT, Neil has designed, developed and debugged a number of software systems for companies large and small. Agenda 6pm Registration and Networking 6:30pm Talk - Neil Stevenson, Hazelcast 7:30pm Snacks and Drinks. Raffle draw to win a pair of Bose Wireless Headphones (https://www.bose.co.uk/en_gb/products/headphones/over_ear_headphones/quietcomfort-35-wireless-ii.html#v=qc35_ii_black) This is a placeholder for the event being run on Eventbrite. More information and RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/easy-and-fast-stream-processing-tickets-51137864730 Big thanks to our co-hosts and sponsors: Hazelcast (https://www.hazelcast.com) This event is organised by RecWorks on behalf of the London Java Community. You can see our latest jobs here https://recworks.co.uk/java-developer-jobs-london/. You can see our privacy policy here: http://recworks.co.uk/privacy-policy Continue the conversation at our Slack Group: https://londonjavacommunity.slack.com Sign up here if you're not a member: https://barrycranford.typeform.com/to/IIyQxd

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    Sign up on Eventbrite for Location · London

    Respond by: 11/7/2018
  • Why Devs hate Agile and what to do about it
    Why Devs hate Agile and what to do about it The current success of Agile is based on theft. Agile was stolen from developers and is now imposed back. No wonder developers roll their eyes when Agile is mentioned! The Agile approaches and toolset are a great way of involving the whole team in the management of a software development effort. But the same tools, in the wrong hands, make very effective micromanagement tools. Developers need to take back control of development and put quality at the top of the agenda. The latest thinking in Agile - Continuous Delivery, #NoProjects, #NoEstimates, Mobbing, BDD and #BusTech - offer exciting alternatives for those who want to create great software. About the speaker Allan Kelly helps companies large and small enhance their agility and boost their digital offering. Clients include: Virgin Atlantic, Qualcomm, The Bank of England, Reed Elsevier and many more small innovative companies you've never heard of. He invented Value Poker, Time-Value Profiles and Retrospective Dialogue Sheets. He is the author of "Dear Customer, the truth about IT" and books including "Project Myopia", "Continuous Digital", "Xanpan" and "Business Patterns for Software Developers". His blog is at https://www.allankellyassociates.co.uk/blog/ and on twitter he is @allankellynet This is a placeholder for the event being run on Eventbrite. Please sign up for the event with your full name here - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/why-devs-hate-agile-and-what-to-do-about-it-tickets-51580191742 Big thanks to Skills Matter for providing the venue for this event. This event is organised by RecWorks on behalf of the London Java Community. You can see our latest jobs here https://recworks.co.uk/java-developer-jobs-london/ You can see our privacy policy here: http://recworks.co.uk/privacy-policy Continue the conversation at our Slack Group: https://londonjavacommunity.slack.com Sign up here if you're not a member: https://barrycranford.typeform.com/to/IIyQxd

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    Sign up on Eventbrite for Location · London

  • LJC Unconference 2018
    This is a placeholder for the event, please register on the Eventbrite site: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ljc-unconference-2018-tickets-51140377245 The London Java Community (LJC) hosts a 'unconference' every year that allows developers to come together for a full day of discussions, sharing experiences, learning and spending time with our peers in the industry. This is the 11th unconference we've hosted and it's most certainly the premier event of our user group. This year we're sculpting the event on JCrete®, arguably the best Java unconference in the world. What is an Unconference? An unconference is a loosely structured, participant-driven meeting. It does not follow the traditional conference program structure. You decide what you want to talk about and which topics you want to discuss. The unconference starts with an empty schedule. No topics are mandated, no separations are made between “speakers” and “audience”. All participants work out a schedule by suggesting, planning, holding and evaluating sessions, collaboratively. This is a placeholder for the event - To register for the event you must visit the Eventbrite site here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ljc-unconference-2018-tickets-51140377245 You can find out more about the Unconference on the website - http://unconf.londonjavacommunity.co.uk/ This event is organised by RecWorks on behalf of the London Java Community. You can see our latest jobs here: https://recworks.co.uk/java-developer-jobs-london/. You can see our privacy policy here: http://recworks.co.uk/privacy-policy Continue the conversation at our Slack Group: https://londonjavacommunity.slack.com Sign up here if you're not a member: https://barrycranford.typeform.com/to/IIyQxd

    IBM Southbank (SE1 9PZ)

    76/78 Upper Ground Southbank · London

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