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SkillsCast

Take Flight : Using Spaces in Scala

2nd December 2013 in London at Kings Place

There are 32 other SkillsCasts available from Scala eXchange 2013

Take Flight : Using Spaces in Scala

Nigel Warren

Nigel is the Architect and project lead on Fly Object Space. He is a Visiting Research Fellow at Brunel University where his main research interests are long running distributed system and inter component lifetimes and dependencies.

Asher Glynn

Asher is a consultant with over 20 years experience in the IT industry, and will use the most appropriate technology at hand, be that Scala or Java, Javascript and when pushed Visual Basic and Excel. With strong hands on knowledge of performance and scale, exposure to platforms from mainframes to mobiles has taught him an appreciation for the subtleties of applying technology to difficult problems - be they technical or people challenges. Asher has had experience in a variety of organisations ranging from the BBC, GSMA, Betfair, Equens, Close Brothers and the TAB to small startups.

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Take Flight : Using Spaces in Scala

Nigel Warren

Nigel is the Architect and project lead on Fly Object Space. He is a Visiting Research Fellow at Brunel University where his main research interests are long running distributed system and inter component lifetimes and dependencies.

Asher Glynn

Asher is a consultant with over 20 years experience in the IT industry, and will use the most appropriate technology at hand, be that Scala or Java, Javascript and when pushed Visual Basic and Excel. With strong hands on knowledge of performance and scale, exposure to platforms from mainframes to mobiles has taught him an appreciation for the subtleties of applying technology to difficult problems - be they technical or people challenges. Asher has had experience in a variety of organisations ranging from the BBC, GSMA, Betfair, Equens, Close Brothers and the TAB to small startups.

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