• Naresh Jain
    Naresh Jain
    Dhaval Dalal
    Dhaval Dalal
    schedule 1 year ago
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    90 mins
    Event
    Beginner

    In Indian classical music, we have Jugalbandi, where two lead musicians or vocalist engage in a playful competition. There is jugalbandi between Flutist and a Percussionist (say using Tabla as the instrument). Compositions rendered by flutist will be heard by the percussionist and will replay the same notes, but now on Tabla and vice-versa is also possible.

    In a similar way, we will perform Code Jugalbandi to see how the solution looks using different programming languages and paradigms.

    During the session, conference attendees will take turns at coding the same problem using different languages and paradigms. There would be multiple such attempts by different participants during the Jugalbandi.

  • Liked Yeshwanth
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    Building a REST API with Scalaz

    Yeshwanth
    Yeshwanth
    schedule 1 year ago
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    45 mins
    Experience Report
    Beginner

    When we were building our cloud orchestration platform, we were looking into writing our API Gateway server in scala and strictly functional because we knew the API is going to be doing lot of heavy lifting and it will be constantly extended. We stumbled upon scalaz, a brilliant library for scala to write functional programs. It was indeed a pleasure for the whole team to write the API since then.

    I will be talking more about how we designed and built the REST API that powers megam cloud platform(megam.io). Developers with scala experience will be able to take away on getting started with scalaz library.

  • Liked Nilanjan Raychaudhuri
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    You say big data, I say Fast data

    Nilanjan Raychaudhuri
    Nilanjan Raychaudhuri
    schedule 1 year ago
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    45 mins
    Talk
    Beginner
    Nowadays most of the "Big Data" problems are dealing with speed not size. Folks want "Fast Data". Speed is the problem to solve, not size. Most organizations today actually face smaller big data problems that they are trying to address through in-memory cached real-time processing of data. In this presentation we will explore architectures used for solving "Fast Data" problems. 
     
    We will be using Spark Streaming and Scala for code examples.

     

  • Liked John Thomas
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    A Introduction to Functional Design Patterns in scala

    John Thomas
    John Thomas
    Shyam Sundar
    Shyam Sundar
    schedule 1 year ago
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    90 mins
    Workshop
    Beginner

    First notorious word, every functional programming encounter (without mathematical background ) during initial days  is "Category theory " . Our aim is to introduce the very minimum concept a functional developer should know in category theorem .

    The goal is to introduce basics of category theory and develop a small prototype library to validate and process data  , out a few principles from category theory.

    We will also be introducing and implementing representations of Functors, SemiGroup, Applicative, Monoid and Monad. We also make use of some interesting Scala features like ADT - Algebraic data type , Implicit conversion, Types . 

     

     

     

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