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In this talk for Scala Days, Noel Welsh describes BlueEye's architecture, and illustrate how it achieves its goals of simplicity and performance. I will show how Scala's features like implicits and generics work together to allow concise syntax for specifying services while providing compile time safety.
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BlueEyes for High-Performance REST Services
Noel has over fifteen years experience in software architecture and development, and over a decade in machine learning and data mining. Examples of the projects he's been involved with include one of the first commercial products to apply machine learning to the Internet (eventually acquired by Omniture), a BAFTA award winning website, and a custom CMS used daily by thousands of students. Noel is an active writer, presenter, and open source contributor. Noel has a PhD in machine learning from the University of Birmingham.