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Re-run: Building loosely coupled and scalable systems using Event-Driven Architecture

Jayway Stockholm

Monday, December 6, 2010 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (CET)

Stockholm, Sweden

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This is a re-run (repris) of the same event that will take place 29 Nov!
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Speakers:

Jonas Bonér, Jayway

Jonas Bonér is a programmer, mentor, speaker and author. He has worked at Terracotta, the JRockit JVM at BEA and is an active contributor to the Open Source community; most notably created the AspectWerkz Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) framework, committer to the Terracotta JVM clustering technology and been part of the Eclipse AspectJ team. Jonas is now part of the Architecture Team at Jayway, specializing at scalability. 

Patrik Nordwall, Jayway

Patrik is part of the Architecture Team at Jayway, specializing at scalability. Patrik is a skilled software architect with experience from many different projects and roles. He has a passion for technology and new knowledge. He enjoys sharing his skills through coaching, lectures and workshops. He has founded the Sculptor Open Source project, which is a productivity tool based on DSL and code generation techniques.

 

Andreas Källberg, Jayway

Andreas is part of the Architecture Team at Jayway, specializing at scalability. Andreas is an experienced architect who has worked with many business-critical systems with high transaction volumes. Andreas has passion for architecture, integration and building systems that scales and performs. Andreas is also helping to drive the open source framework Sculptor, which is a productivity tool that generates code from a DSL. 

 

 

 

Subject:

Event-Driven Architecture (EDA) is a software architecture pattern promoting the production, detection, consumption of, and reaction to, events. This architectural pattern may be applied by the design and implementation of applications and systems which transmit events among loosely coupled software components and services. In this workshop we will discuss what Event-Driven Architecture is and how you can use it to create loosely coupled and highly scalable applications. You will learn how EDA differs from SOA and is a generic pattern that can be employed in a wide range of use-cases, in large and in small. We will discuss tools and techniques such as messaging, Actors, various network protocols, domain events, CQRS, event-sourcing and more.

When:

Mon 6 Dec, 2010, 16:00-19:00

Where:

Drottninggatan 108, Jayway i Stockholm AB, 3tr

Note:

If the front door is closed, pls use door phone.

Misc:

We will serve sandwiches and non-alcoholic beverages. 

We have set a maximum of 30 vistors to this event.

This event is organised as part of Jayway Stockholm Knowledge Network
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Registration (IMPORTANT):

This seminar is free of charge. We will invoice 300 SEK, those who do not show up and have not deregistered.

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Drottningg 108
113 60 Stockholm
Sweden

Monday, December 6, 2010 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (CET)


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Jayway Stockholm

Jayway är ett ledande it-konsultföretag i Sverige och Danmark, med drygt 170 anställda. Jayway levererar tjänster inom mjukvaruutveckling och har en unik förmåga att attrahera och behålla experter inom olika specialistområden. Vi tror mycket på open source och är aktiva i ett flertal projekt. Bolaget finns på sex orter i Sverige och i Köpenhamn. Se vidare www.jayway.com

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