OrlandoJUG October Meetup - Distributed Caching with JCache and Beyond

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OrlandoJUG October Meetup - Distributed Caching with JCache and Beyond

Time: October 22, 2015 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: Canvs
Street: 101 S Garland Ave. Suite #108
City/Town: Orlando, FL 32801
Website or Map: https://www.google.com/maps/p…
Phone: (407) 741-3005
Event Type: meeting
Organized By: Alex Buckles & Greg Groves
Latest Activity: Oct 14, 2015

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Hello OrlandoJUG!

This month I will be in San Francisco for Java One, Oracle's annual Java conference. Fortunately, Alex Buckles and Gregg Groves will be here to lead the meeting. Thanks, guys!

Our topic this month is Distributed Caching with JCache and Beyond. JCache is vendor-neutral caching specification for Java. No need for proprietary non-standard caching solutions in Java land anymore. In this talk, Greg Luck will cover how distributed caching works in general, capabilities of JCache API, use cases, best practices and the future of JCache.

Viktor Gamov is our presenter.  Viktor joined Hazelcast with over 5 years of experience in architecting and building enterprise applications using open source technologies. In his previous roles, he has helped financial companies and startups with various Java and HTML5 projects. He holds an MS in Computer Science. He is a co-author of the O’Reilly book «Enterprise Web Development. From Desktop To Mobile». Viktor has presented at various international conferences (http://lanyrd.com/gamussa) on Java and JavaScript related topics. Find him on Twitter @gamussa.  

We usually socialize from 6-7 and the meeting begins at around 7. So, don't worry if you can't get to Canvs by 6.

Meanwhile, thanks for your interest and have fun at this month's JUG meeting. Please feel free to spread the word: you can use Codetown's invite feature to invite your friends.

I'll have a lot to tell you after JavaOne. Oh, and if you'd like a discount code good for 20% off J1, just let me know.

This meeting is sponsored by Cambridge Web Design - We provide custom software development and professional services. www.cambridgeweb.ie

All the best,

Michael Levin

Chairman, OrlandoJUG

mike@orlandoJUG.com

321-252-9322

Should you have any topic suggestions or general questions, please email Michael Levin at mike@cambridgeweb.ie or Alex Buckles at alex@alexbuckles.com. 

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