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BUILDING REACTIVE APPS - James Ward

NYJavaSIG

Wednesday, October 9, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)

BUILDING REACTIVE APPS - James Ward

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BUILDING REACTIVE APPS

An Evening with James Ward


Non-blocking, asynchronous, and reactive programming models are all the rage today. This session will explore in-depth why these patterns are important in modern apps.  We will drill down and see how to apply them to event-driven web, mobile, and RESTful apps. To illustrate the concepts, we will use Java, Scala, Akka, and the Play Framework as examples. 


James Ward is an internationally known software engineer who works for Typesafe where he teaches software developers all about the Typesafe Platform (Java, Play Framework, Scala and Akka).  James is a special friend to the NYJavaSIG and presents regularly at conferences around the world such as JavaOne, Devoxx and other international technical conferences.


We'll also do a quick review of the JavaOne 2013 Conference and hear what's new from AppDynamics on monitoring and dynamically troubleshooting Java applications.

 

 

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Credit Suisse - Madison Ave entrance
1 Madison Ave
New York, 10010

Wednesday, October 9, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)


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The NYJavaSIG was the very first Java user group started back in 1995.  It currently is the largest Java User Group in North America (and 2nd largest on the planet) with well over 8K members.

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