Speaking at Atlanta Code Camp 2019

I am excited to be presenting at the Atlanta Code Camp this weekend. This will be my 3rd year speaking at this awesome conference. I am looking forward to meeting a lot of folks from the Tech community and having a good time.

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Atlanta Code Camp 2019 is your opportunity to join other Atlanta developer community members for a day of training unparalleled in the southeast. Come hear from some of the best national and local speakers, including Microsoft MVPs and open-source advocates!

Registration: https://atlantacodecamp2019.eventbrite.com
Speakers: https://atlantacodecamp.com/2019/Speakers
Sessions: https://atlantacodecamp.com/2019/Sessions
Schedule: https://atlantacodecamp.com/2019/Schedule

Event Venue –
Kennesaw State University – MARIETTA Campus
Engineering Technology Center
Building 840 (formerly known as Bldg. Q)
1100 S Marietta Pkwy SE
Marietta, GA 30060

Coming back to my presentation, I will be presenting on —

https://atlantacodecamp.com/2019/Speakers/Samir-Behara

Designing Data-Intensive Cloud-Native Applications

Cloud is rapidly changing the way modern-day applications are being designed. Data is at the center of multiple challenges while architecting solutions in the cloud. With technology changing rapidly, there are new possibilities for processing data efficiently. Come join me in this session to learn more about the tools and technologies that will help you to design data-intensive systems. We will take a structured approach towards architecting data-centric solutions, covering technologies like message queues, data partitioning, search index, data cache, event sourcing, and NoSQL solutions. If you are a Data professional, Software Engineer or Architect, come join me in this session to understand the high-level design principles that will help you build scalable, resilient and maintainable systems in the cloud.

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I hope to see you there. Cheers!

 



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