User's Guide to the Disruptor

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User's Guide to the Disruptor

Trisha Gee will present "User's Guide to the Disruptor". The Disruptor is an open source concurrent programming framework developed by LMAX, a financial exchange based in London. While it is currently fashionable to talk about using languages or frameworks to hide away concurrent programming, the Disruptor provides a way to do quite the opposite - to enable developers to think about how to parallelise their architecture in a straightforward and easy to code fashion. In this presentation, Trisha Gee from LMAX will use her infamous diagrams to demonstrate how to dissect a problem into pieces in such a way that you can identify which parts are can run in parallel and how to manage dependencies between them. She then shows how you can translate this into an implementation using the Disruptor.

This is another chance to see the session given at QCon London and premièred earlier this year at Skillsmatter.

Who should attend:

Suitable for all developers.

Agenda:

17:30: Doors Open
18:00: A series of lightning talks from members of the London Java Community
18:30: Main presentation - Trisha Gee will present "User's Guide to the Disruptor"
20:00: Networking

Bio:

Trisha is a developer at LMAX, the London Multi Asset eXchange. She's been working in financial markets for the last 5 years or so, but a fear of boredom and healthy amount of job-hopping before then has given her a wide breadth of experience, in a range of industries, over the 10+ years she's been a professional developer. Currently trying to get her head around low-latency, high performance coding whilst also keeping her fingers in the other pies LMAX has to offer, such as continuous delivery and agile. Trisha is heavily involved in the London Java Community and the Graduate Development Community, she believes we shouldn't all have to make the same mistakes again and again.

Please Note:

Tube: Only a short walk from King’s Cross, Euston Russell Square and Goodge Street stations.

Directions: Please use the entrance of the Roberts Building, Malet Place, just off Torrington Place to find the 'Malet Place Engineering Building 1.02'. There is a map you can use at the bottom of this webpage http://www.engineering.ucl.ac.uk/contact/

Nearest coffee shop should you arrive early: Espresso Bar at The British Library, The British Library, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB (less than 500m from UCL) - http://www.squaremeal.co.uk/restaurants/london/view/102880/Espresso_Bar_at_the_British_Library

For after event drinks: We'll be heading to the ‘Print Room Café’ located on the ground floor of the South Wing Building at UCL (couple of mins walk from main talk)