Tag Archives: Pavlo Baron

  • 100% Big Data. 0% Hadoop. 0% Java – Pavlo Baron
    2014-05-14 Erlang Central

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    100% Big Data. 0% Hadoop. 0% Java "If your data is big enough, Hadoop it!" That's simply not true - there is much more behind this term than just a tool. In this talk I will show one possible, practically working approach and the corresponding selection of tools that help collect, mine, move around, store and provision large, unstructured data amounts. Completely without Hadoop. And even completely without Java. Talk objectives: Show how continuous analytics of large amounts of random data ...


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  • 1000 Actors, One Chaos Monkey and… Everything OK
    2013-05-30 Erlang Central

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    This is a pure live demo without slides. I fire up an Erlang VM instance, in which I'll activate 1000 parallel actors. Then I'll send out a chaos monkey to produce unpredictible and partially critical situations in the system. During the demo I'll explain, how this situations are being managed and solved in the running system. Also, the basic mechanisms of the Erlang VM as well as relevant parts of the ecosystem will be explained. Talk objectives: Explain Erlang approach to parallelism and OT ...


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  • Diving into Erlang is a one-way ticket
    2013-02-19 Erlang Central

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    Pavlo will tell you about his journey into Erlang: from first gentle touches through storm-alike learning while writing the book to concrete projects and using + trusting Erlang-based systems in larger scenarios. And why he'll never be the same again. Talk objectives: Explain the audience why and when they should use Erlang. ...


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  • Diving into Erlang is a one-way ticket
    2012-09-29 Erlang Central

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    Pavlo will tell you about his journey into Erlang: from first gentle touches through storm-alike learning while writing the book to concrete projects and using + trusting Erlang-based systems in larger scenarios. And why he'll never be the same again.Talk objectives: Explain the audience why and when they should use Erlang. ...


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  • What can be done with Java but should better be done with Erlang
    2012-04-23 Erlang Central

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    Software development is more of craftsmanship than of engineering. A good craftsman carries more tools around than just a hammer. And it's relatively inefficient to use a hammer where you need a saw. So when you take the Java ecosystem for hammer, there is still a lot of situations where a saw called Erlang would be a much better fit. In this talk you will learn these situations from concrete examples. Target Audience: Java Professionals ...


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  • What can be done with Java but should better be done with Erlang
    2012-03-26 Erlang Central

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    Software development is more of craftsmanship than of engineering. A good craftsman carries more tools around than just a hammer. And it's relatively inefficient to use a hammer where you need a saw. So when you take the Java ecosystem for hammer, there is still a lot of situations where a saw called Erlang would be a much better fit. In this talk you will learn these situations from concrete examples. Talk objectives: To explain to the Java people in which cases they should prefer Erlang o ...


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  • Cruising for a bruising
    2011-10-31 Erlang Central

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    In 2011 I've been travelling from one German city to another and showing and explaining Erlang and its concepts at different Java Conferences and Java User Groups. During these talks and sessions I've experienced very different emotions, questions, behaviours, reactions and statements ranging from leaving the room after the first 2 minutes of the talk, over eyes full of sheer fear and panic to asking sensible questions. I would like to share my experiences with the audience about how to "s ...


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  • Mario vs. Donkey Kong … oh, pardon… Erlang/OTP vs. Enterprise Java
    2011-01-31 Erlang Central

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    Forget all the flame wars: let's objectively compare Erlang/OTP with the Enterprise Java. Feature by feature, aspect by aspect, use case by use case. Language, concepts, ideas, paradigms, patterns. Every technology has it's right to exist - you just need your brain to be online, your eyes to be open and your use case not to be run-of-the-mill. This talk explains why it's important to pick the right tool for the job and when this tool is Erlang/OTP and not Enterprise Java. ...


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