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This session will consist of four 15-minute talks by Krzysztof Otrebski, Rory Graves, Sue Carter, and Willem Meints, where the following topics will be covered; fault-tolerant, failover, reactive, alien-invasion, akka, scala, ide, freeslick.
Krzysztof Otrebski - Beat Aliens with Akka Cluster
Rory Graves - The Atomic Sublimity of Ensime
Willem Meints - Control your Raspberry PI using Scala
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Sue Carter has worked for 25 years as a developer, much of that in the Java ecosystem, though in the last four years she has been working with Scala.
Willem is working as a lead developer for knowNow a social knowledge sharing platform for enterprise companies that strives to make sharing knowledge within organizations as easy as possible. Beside his work on knowNow he works as the Competence Centre Lead for enterprise mobile applications, a competence centre that helps projects get up to speed with Internet of Things, and mobile within the enterprise. Willem likes to talk about his work, which he regularly does at conferences and the Dutch mobile meetup group.
Rory spends his life fighting to find a balance between writing ugly high performance code and beautiful maintainable code. He fights from the trenches to make software better, contributing to open source and has has worked across the entire gamut of software from building a JVM to optimising grid computing.
Krzysztof is a software developer with 10 years of professional experience. Having spent many years on Java programming and problem solving, he has developed useful tools that make a programmer’s life easier. He is also a founder of a few open-source projects.