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This month marks the 50th anniversary of the Isle of Wight Festival.
Twice the size of Woodstock, the festival boasted a dizzying array of musical talent which some say, marked the high point of the countercultural revolution. In the same year, Charles H. Moore’s published FORTH - A Language for Interactive Computing heralding a stack-oriented programming paradigm that promised freedom from the “multi-level nightmare of computer programming.”
Join us on psychedelic coding journey from amplifier stacks to software stacks and the concatenation of everything in between.
Share your work with machines - Applying Machine Learning on Elasticsearch with practical use case In this talk, Anirban Santra will discuss his experience in automating repetitive tasks using the Machine Learning algorithm he used as part of the production support activities of a core banking application which consisted of multiple containerized Microservices.
He will look at practical use cases and use recipes to resolve deterministic problems and machine learning to find out the unknown anomalies based on the sample data in Elasticsearch.
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Grahame Oakland is a lapsed FORTRAN programmer with an interest in 1970s jazz fusion and computer research papers of the same era.
Anirban Santra is an application architect at IBM Global Business Service UK currently working on a digital transformation of core banking applications. He has in-depth expertise in all the cutting-edge technologies (Microsoft Tech, DevOps, AWS, docker, Kubernetes, Jenkins, ELK) and has been passionate about digital transformation. He has trained and mentored technical professionals and regularly taken part in different tech sessions as a speaker in his organisation. During his tenure in IBM, he has received numerous awards for his outstanding contributions towards the digital technology sectors.