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Stateful Stream Processing is a new way to deal with data-intensive applications that can be used to build reactive microservices. During this talk, you will learn how things have changed in the stream processing field and why you now find these kinds of processing engines outside of the analytics arena. You will discover how these techniques are used to build a next-generation fintech platform with tools such as Kafka Streams.
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Stateful Stream Processing with Kafka Streams
William is one of the Lead Software Engineers at Funding Circle. He has been working professionally with Ruby for five years. Clojure is his first at-work foray into the world of functional programming and it's been rewarding so far.