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Following the successful FullStack event with over 300 RSVP members, we are happy to share the video. Introduction to Reactive Architecture by Assaf Gannon. In this talk we will go over the key concepts of Reactive Architecture and how they are implemented in solving real life problems. 

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   Beyond Java-JVM Event lectures Video & Slides Functional Programming with Java8, Scala & Clojure   Following the successful FullStack event with over 260 members, we are happy to share the slides and video's from the event. This event was about exploring the paradigm shift of Functional programming using JVM based languages Java8, Scala and Clojure. Read...

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When you hear 'Big Data' and 'Analytics' in the same sentence it's usually about Storm and Hadoop. This time our team decided to take something different for a trial. The task We asked to become data scientiests for a day and analyze a large text file filled with tweets. We...

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The Scala programming language provides mechanisms for parallelism, while trying to keep the gritty details out of the way. What you're left with, is a simple way to efficiently utilize your machine. In this presentation I explore some of these mechanisms, and show some of the major differences between them...

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All sessions from the recent Scalapeño are available online. When I attended the conference, I liked these sessions the most: http://parleys.com/share.html#play/52076d7fe4b0f42506c2a3e8 and http://parleys.com/share.html#play/520a25c7e4b06de8a0ad962d And this session I missed back then, because it overlapped with other interesting session. So I can listen it now: http://parleys.com/play/5211024fe4b06de8a0ad9660/chapter0/about Enjoy, and please comment if you liked these or...

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I want to start from a citation from the oficial Oracle documentation of Java concurrency: "Immutable objects are particularly useful in concurrent applications. Since they cannot change state, they cannot be corrupted by thread interference or observed in an inconsistent state. Programmers are often reluctant to employ immutable objects, because...

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his Fuse Day, the Java group was concentrating on Akka for creating highly concurrent and scalable code. A multiplayer online game was selected as an interesting and fun mini-project for the day, and the Typesafe stack of the Play Framework, Akka and Scala/Java was the main focus of development. As I felt...

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It's quite clear that switching from Java to Scala can drastically shorten your code, make it more type safe and maintainable, and improve you productivity. However there is concern among developers who need to maintain an existing Java codebase - does switching to Scala means I have to rewrite my...

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Did you hear about Kafka? That writer with his castle, beurocratic monster, sending messages here and there? He probably inspired these guys to build something that would help with all those messages. The same named messaging system powers up Linked In and Tumblr. Hundreds of thousands of messages on a...

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It is an introduction of Play framework, with highlights of new features of 2.1. During the session many features were demonstrated in IDE and Play console. This presentation was prepared for Reversim commit and had good feedbacks after the talk summit2013.reversim.com/#/sessions   The main message of the presentation: combine the cool...