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Wednesday, October 5 • 4:30pm - 5:20pm
The Demo Gods are (not) on our side!

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In this presentation the ConductR team will demonstrate a number of real-world scenarios that can occur with distributed systems. The demonstrations will be live and include a split brain scenario along with auto scaling based on demand. Things will no doubt go wrong so come and enjoy four guys making fools of themselves!

Speakers
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Ed Callahan

Senior Software Engineer, Lightbend, Inc
Edward is a senior software engineer with Lightbend where he gets to build and deploy reactive applications. Previously he was a technical lead at VMware's SpringSource division. Ed has been contributing to open source software for years and has been hacking in the JVM, DOM and elsewhere for even longer. He studied at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Northeastern University, and is the author of Easy Web Development with WaveMaker.
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Hunt Christopher

Technical Lead, Production Suite, Lightbend
The ConductR team comprises of Ed Callahan, Felix Satyaputra, Markus Jura and Christopher Hunt. These four guys will be providing a joint presentation on the resiliency of ConductR bringing together their collective experiences of having developed and managed real-life distributed systems.
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Markus Jura

Senior Software Engineer, Lightbend
Markus Jura is a senior software engineer at Lightbend. He has more than 14 years of experience managing and developing software solutions in Java and Scala. He became passioned about programming in Scala, Akka and Play ever since he got introduced to these technologies. From that point on Markus enjoys to share his experience as a speaker on various conferences. He is also the co-founder and former CTO of Y-Combinator funded startup.


Wednesday October 5, 2016 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Zilker Ballroom 3+4

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