In this talk, Brandon Bloom, engineer at Code.org, talks about the many trees that are in a Clojure programmer's software. Both the values Clojure programmers manipulate and the code they manipulate them with, are made from trees. It's way too easy to get caught up in a project and miss the forest for the trees, but one can also ask how often they've missed the trees for the forest? This talk is an exploration of trees from a unique perspective that will hopefully inform your thinking and lead your program design out of the woods. This talk was recorded at the NYC Clojure Users group meetup at Two Sigma Investments.
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Real-time Streaming and Data Pipelines with Apache Kafka
In this talk, Joe Stein, Apache Kafka committer, member of the PMC, and Founder and Principal Architect at Big Data Open Source Security, will talk on Apache Kafka an open source, distributed publish-subscribe messaging system. Joe will focus on how to get started with Apache Kafka, how replication works and more! Storm is a great system for real-time analytics and stream processing but to get the data into Storm, you need to collect your data streams with consistency and availability at high loads and large volumes. Apache Kafka is publish-subscribe messaging rethought as a distributed commit log. This talk was recorded at the NYC Storm User Group meetup at WebMD Health.