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Paul Phillips at SF Scala on 8/12, Jonas Bonér starts Reactive Systems on 8/18

From: Alexy K.
Sent on: Sunday, August 9, 2015 5:52 PM

Folks, in case you haven't noticed, Paul Phillips speaks at the 8/12 meetup.

In case you joined the movement recently, or transition from JavaScript, or were frozen in an interstellar passage until now, Paul is the first all-American guy who brought Scala to these western shores, githubified it, caused the need to automate the code-review for patches he sent to EPFL, and eventually became the most prolific contributor ever to scalac.  Paul is using his commit count there as hit short bio.  Paul had a New Yorker profile before he got into Scala.  His ideas are always deep and he's always fun.  For an Oregon resident, this is a rare sighting in our hamlet.  Paul is also speaking at Scala By the Bay on this topic.  The room capacity is about 100 people, so make sure you get in there.

On 8/18, the closing day of the Big Data Scala and the whole 2015 conference sequence, Jonas Bonér, the CTO of Typesafe and creator of Akka, kicks off the first Reactive Systems meetup.  Stemming from the rise of reactive technologies, this meetup will focus on pipelines and systems, and will be held in the same grand Kaiser Center auditorium where the conference keynotes will be held.  The meetup is free, so join and hop on BART:  Kaiser also has at attached parking garage which SF venues sadly lack.

Of course, the easiest way to be there is to go to Big Data Scala -- use the code SCALABYTHEBAY20 for 20% off for the remaining ticket types.


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