We’re getting more excited about our upcoming workshop day! We chatted to another of our speakers Neil Stevenson to find out what to expect from his Hazelcast workshop.
Java developers looking to take their first steps in understanding in-memory data grids (IMDG). The course is suitable for developers and architects with no prior or very basic knowledge of Hazelcast.
2. What do you think are the three most interesting questions that this workshop will answer?
What is an in-memory data grid?
How do I use one?
Why would I use one?
3. Why do you think this workshop is important for people?
Performance issues aren’t going away. Data volumes are getting bigger and disks can’t keep up. Therefore, it’s important to understand where in-memory computing fits in the architecture of today and tomorrow.
4. Any advice for junior developers entering the industry?
If you have been asked to do something, ask yourself why the company needs it. Try and wear a business and a technical hat. That should provide you with a bigger picture which will help you get a better result. Technology never stops developing, if you think you’ve got a handle on it something new will appear which will provide new challenges. Ride the wave and enjoy it.
If this has whetted your appetite, register here and come along on 28.7.