Tonight's talk presents a lightweight reimplementation of the log streaming tool logstash, based on ClojureScript, core.async and node.js. At the end of the talk we welcome Mathieu Gauthron for a lightening talk on the REPL. Come along at find out more!
When developing an application in Java, there are generally three main options to track a bug. In this talk Mathieu introduces to a 4th option outlining the flaws of traditional methods and the befits of REPL
Mathieu Gauthron is a distributed computing and BigData expert, working day-to-day with a variety of technologies and languages. He provides solutions for large enterprise applications looking to scale with simplicity. In his pursuit of reducing IT's ever growing complexity, his interest has turned towards the use of functional languages and live programming technologies such as Clojure. He believes the use of such tools can take software development where it should be: reducing time to market, simple and maintainable.
This talk presents a lightweight reimplementation of the log streaming tool logstash, based on ClojureScript, core.async and node.js.
Philip Potter is a Web Operations Engineer for the Government Digital Service. He was a member of the infrastructure team that built GOV.UK, the website of the British Government.
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