crema workshops

Pragmatic Performance Engineering (3 Days)

Speaker: Martin Thompson

Java performance

Hours/Date: Monday 21st -Wednesday 23rd 9 am-5 pm and lunch break from 12:30 pm until 1:30 pm
Atttendees: 24

On this course you will learn how to develop software in Java with performance as a first class quality attribute. The quality of software performance is measured in terms of throughput, response time, and scalability in the context of resource utilisation. The major resources are networking, storage, memory, and CPU - including the abstractions we access them including operating systems, virtual machines, and core libraries.

Learning Erlang

Speaker: Joe Armstrong

Erlang - Briefly Elixir

Hours/Date: Wednesday 23rd 1 pm - 5 pm
Atttendees: 50

This is a 4 hour course in which I'll teach you the basics of Erlang. The goal of this course is to get you started and get you enthusiastic.

Functional Programming in Java

Speaker: Venkat Subraniamam

Java programming

Hours/Date: Wednesday 23rd 9 am - 5 pm
Atttendees: 50

With Java supporting lambda expressions, we have nothing to stop us from creating functional style of code for our day to day applications. We are so used to object-oriented programming, but remember the paradigm shift we went through to adapt to that way of programming. It is yet another paradigm shift and most of us wonder how in the world can we write functional style code. Much like how OO was not as much about the syntax as it was about the design, functional programming is about the design, the idioms, and the data structures we would use to program.

canela workshops

Building e-health IoT solutions with AWS

Speaker: Vinicius Senger
Speaker: Julio Faerman

IoT and embedded

Hours/Date: Wednesday 23rd 9.00a.m. - 12.30p.m.
Atttendees: 50

During this workshop we will show different technologies applied to e-health including voice assistant, serverless architecture, IoT sensor gateways resilient to Internet fail, massive deployment over-the-air and machine learning. We will bring many different sensors and devices including Libelium / MySignals e-health kit with 15 different biometric sensors, Raspberry Pi, Alexa and Amazon Dash.

Main topics

  • Distributed Systems
  • DevOps & Architectures
  • Functional Programming
  • Big Data in the Business
  • Data Visualisation
  • IoT & Embedded

La Térmica, Av. de los Guindos 48, 29004 | Málaga, Spain

23rd-25th May 2018

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