February is over, so it was a high time to open the conference season in 2015 already ;P Due to practical reasons I carefully track such events that happen in Poland (not much to be tracked, but the number is increasing from year to year) - that's how I found myself in Cracow on 26th of February, the 1st day of Lambda Days, relatively
Producing a lot of data doesn't bring value by itself, even if data actually makes sense. Storing a lot of data doesn't bring value by itself either. The ability to process all this data is the key to bring some actual value.
What is more, the processing has to:
- be efficient
- be ready for continuous adjustments, enhancements, improvements & further development
Honestly, if you're
Majority of my co-workers and acquaintances associate me (and my professional work) with the .NET stack. This association is so strong that when I tell them about my recent works with Scala/Akka, they think I'm nuts (or close to):
What's the point of learning another stack if you've committed so much time and effort to master the previous one?
Don't worry - I'm
For all those who don't know me personally and read this just to learn about Scalar Conf (http://scalar-conf.com/) - I am not and I never claimed to be a Scala guru. I come from .NET world, this is my natural environment I predate within. I've stopped writing Java code for living around 2006 and I've returned to around-JVM topics about a
Last days of December are the best opportunity to summarize the passing year and make plans / adjustments for the next one. As last few days were kind of chill-out time for myself, I’ve made such a recap as well. The result is thrilling - it seems that I’m a hopeless junkie and learning new stuff is my heroin. I have