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October 18, 2011 / Alex Miller

“Concurrent Stream Processing” this month

David McNeil will be doing an early run of his talk “Concurrent Stream Processing” at our next Clojure club meeting. David will be presenting this talk next month at the Clojure/conj and Alex Miller will be doing a version of it at Devoxx in Belgium.

It’s a great overview of some of the interesting things done at Revelytix in building a stream-processing query engine and how Clojure has enabled that work. Topics include: how a query engine works, buffering to disk with memory-mapped files (some Java), representing data as s-expressions, and some real world Clojure use.

Meeting: Thursday, Oct. 20th, 2011 at 11:30 am
Location: 1099 Milwaukee, Kirkwood, MO 63122 – Room 50 in basement

Pizza will be provided!

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