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SkillsCast

Handling Partially Dynamic Data

10th December 2015 in London at Business Design Centre

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In working with partially dynamic data, object serialization models often fall flat. You can turn the problem on its head by defining static contracts which represent your knowledge of the data. These contracts then act as lenses on the data stream directly, enabling reading and manipulation. Contracts can also provide a structure for validation logic or be enriched with features such as type-safe query composition. In this talk Jamie with share with you this approach on JSON data using the contract library jsentric.

JSON can be found here, and Jsentric can be found here.

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Handling Partially Dynamic Data

Jamie Pullar

Jamie is a senior developer in Concentra's Product Development Team. Having spent the last 4 years developing services in Scala, Jamie has been focused on taking service orientated architecture patterns into the functional space. Hailing from a background in maths, he seems to take a perverse pleasure in finding new ways to abstract problems. Most of his work is in back-end services and modelling.

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In working with partially dynamic data, object serialization models often fall flat. You can turn the problem on its head by defining static contracts which represent your knowledge of the data. These contracts then act as lenses on the data stream directly, enabling reading and manipulation. Contracts can also provide a structure for validation logic or be enriched with features such as type-safe query composition. In this talk Jamie with share with you this approach on JSON data using the contract library jsentric.

JSON can be found here, and Jsentric can be found here.

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Handling Partially Dynamic Data

Jamie Pullar

Jamie is a senior developer in Concentra's Product Development Team. Having spent the last 4 years developing services in Scala, Jamie has been focused on taking service orientated architecture patterns into the functional space. Hailing from a background in maths, he seems to take a perverse pleasure in finding new ways to abstract problems. Most of his work is in back-end services and modelling.

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