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Wednesday, October 5 • 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Embracing Streams…Everywhere

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“I don’t need stream processing because I don’t have streaming data.” - Anonymous
In general people relate to streams as data models which are naturally streaming (infinite asynchronous messages) or relate to realtime big data processing. In this talk Nitesh Kant, will try to break this myth by emphasizing the fact that streams exists everywhere, be it data read from sockets, protocols like HTTP or microservice composition. He will explain how extending this ubiquitous interaction model into applications can result in simpler, resilient and maintainable systems.
You will learn, how to start thinking “streaming first” through concrete examples and how adopting this mental model makes writing application easier.

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Nitesh Kant

Senior Software Engineer, Undisclosed
Nitesh Kant is a veteran in design and development of reliable distributed systems with over 15 years of experience in this space. He is a core contributor of ServiceTalk, an open source networking library for the JVM that supports multiple protocols including gRPC. Previously, he... Read More →

Wednesday October 5, 2016 4:30pm - 5:20pm CDT
Texas Ballroom