Julien's Tech Bites

Julien's Tech Bites

By Julien Lengrand-Lambert
Julien's Tech Bites is a podcast where we will learn about a specific #tech topic, one bite at a time!
We will investigate a new subject every month from the ground up, with the help of two guests!
Wanna learn about #reactive, #ai, #kotlin, #machinelearning or #sre, join us!
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Episode 2 : In-memory data grids!
In this episode, we will discuss CAP Theorem, distributed caching and more. In-memory data grids are on the menu!   Just like last time, we will be guided by two experts: David Follen is Developer and Chapter Lead at ING Belgium, and has several years experience building applications using data grids. Nicolas Fränkel is Developer Advocate for Hazelcast, one of the leading in-memory data grids on the market. During this hour, we'll be covering all the basics of in-memory data grids. What are they and what can they help you achieve. What are their advantages, but also drawbacks. In what situations can they be used to their maximum potential and to what extent. We'll also look into how to get started with in-memory data grids using available open-source projects. I hope you'll enjoy the ride! Some additional resources : A definition of in-memory data grids from Hazelcast's website. Wikipedia's page of the CAP Theorem Hazelcast's main Open-Source repository, and the Getting Started. Apache Ignite's Getting Started This podcast is hosted by me, Julien Lengrand-Lambert. Subscribe to this podcast or follow Julien's Tech Bites on Twitter to learn more about our future episodes!
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April 24, 2020
Episode 1 : Getting reactive, reactive Programming and Reactive Systems!
In this first episode, we will dive head first into the wonderful world of reactive systems, and how to create them! To help us in this quest, we will be guided by two experts. Both have been working for multiple years and involved in large, high throughput projects.  Vincent Free is a JVM developer who works on ING's global distributed tracing platform, handling up to one billion of events a day Alessandro Vermeulen is the engineering lead of the global application platform of ING,  and helped create the Reactive Center of expertise at ING. We will start by looking into the basics of reactive systems. We'll discuss why they are getting so relevant lately, and what are the trade-offs of using them. We'll also check when they are best used, and how to build them.  Finally, we'll look into the tooling and the must haves when starting with reactive.  Some additional resources :  The reactive manifesto, listing the properties of reactive systems. Event loops, where it all started Domain Driven Design and Event Sourcing Back pressure and the reactor pattern Akka and Akka streams Kafka  This episode is hosted by me, Julien Lengrand-Lambert. Follow Julien's Tech Bites to learn more about our future episodes!
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March 15, 2020