Next London Coherence SIG: Autumn Edition (29th October)

Here’s the current agenda for the next London Coherence SIG event, to occur on the 29th of October, from 2pm to 6pm at the Oracle London Office.

[Updated] Registration is now open at http://www.ukoug.org/calendar/show_event.jsp?id=4563

1. Coherence and Incubator Update
Noah Arliss: Coherence Engineering, United States

In this talk we’ll look at some of the new features in Coherence 3.5.2 and changes since 3.4 and 3.5.  We’ll also outline some of the feature themes for the next set of releases.

2. Simplifying (Server Side) Event Driven Architectures
Brian Oliver: Coherence Engineering, United Kingdom

In this talk we look at the results of the “Seismic” research project – a new way to develop server-side event-driven system with Coherence, without using Backing Maps and other custom extensions to Coherence.

3. Processing Pattern Revisited
Noah Arliss: Coherence Engineering, United States

We’ve done a lot of work since the first release of the Processing Pattern.  In this talk we’ll look at some of the changes and new features to enable “compute-grid” style development with Coherence.

4. Rapid Talk: Building GUIs with Coherence, SWT and JFaces
Brian Oliver: Coherence Engineering, United Kingdom

In this rapid talk (no slides) we’ll look at techniques for simplifying the construction of GUI’s for Coherence when using SWT/JFaces.

5. Rapid Talk: How to use the Command Line utility
Brian Oliver: Coherence Engineering, United Kingdom

In this rapid talk (again, no slides) we’ll look at how to use the Command Line utility, how to perform queries, extract values, define filters and repeat commands.

Hope to see you there!

– Brian

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