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Bringing Reactive Architecture and Programming to DFW, TX

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Bringing Reactive Architecture and Programming to DFW, TX

ReactiveWays is an upcoming event in the DFW, TX area on how to deal with the ins and outs of modular JVM-based application consistency.

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We have a lot of IT talent(s) in the DFW area with vendors creating amazing solutions, however, we tend to be very conservative and that sometimes leads to overlooking R&D and utilizing emerging technologies. Maybe this is one of the reasons why we don't have the same share of high-tech events as Austin.

At Logic Keepers we focus on bringing out the value in emerging technologies, supporting our customers R&D efforts and minimizing the risks through our strategic partnership with Lightbend.

ReactiveWays is an amazing starting point on that path.

ReactiveWays is an upcoming event in the DFW, TX area on how to deal with the ins and outs of modular JVM-based application consistency. Partnering with Lightbend, we’re excited to host Bringing Reactive Architecture and Programming to DFW, TX on April 26th from 5PM – 7PM CST at Launchpad City Frisco.

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Bringing Reactive Architecture and Programming to DFW, TX will feature Duncan DeVore, co-author of "Reactive Application Development", Principal Systems Engineer at Lightbend, open source developer, and frequent speaker. Duncan will speak on ways to deal with JVM-based application consistency using techniques such as idempotency, eventual and causal consistency, the CAP theorem, single source of truth, and distributed domain design.

Want to see Duncan speak? Learn more and register for the event here.

If you can’t attend, you can check out these resources:

2018 Guide to Microservices: Breaking Down the Monolith

Reactive Persistence for Reactive Systems

Learn why microservices are breaking traditional APM tools that were built for monoliths.

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