When: 4. Apr 2013 at 18:00 -
GOTO Night - Insight into Event Sourcing & Taking Man to Mars
We invite you to an interesting GOTO Night on behalf of GOTO Amsterdam.
Date Thursday, April 4th, 2013
Time 18:00 / 6PM
Address Rijnsburgstraat 9-11, Amsterdam
Free Parking available
Costs Free of charge
Pizza & refreshments included
Speakers Lars Vonk & Bob Forma and Bas Lansdorp & Byron Voorbach & Sven Johann
"Event sourcing in production systems" by Lars Vonk & Bob Forma
Want to know how to apply the principles of source control or accounting to your business data? In this technical session we will show you how to add the time dimension to your data by using event sourcing. We will share our experiences building and running an event sourced web application in the financial domain.
Warning: This session will contain lots of code examples.
Lars: Agilist with a passion for crafting software. Lars' passion is programming in a dedicated team and building great software. He likes to help teams to raise their level of knowledge and professionalism by hands-on coaching. Advocate of XP practices like TDD, Continuous Integration and all that other good stuff. Besides programming Lars frequently acts as a co-trainer during Scrum/Agile trainings and workshops. Current areas of expertise and interest: Ruby, Scala, Java, Sinatra, Scalatra, 0 downtime deployments, eventsourcing to name a few.
"Making the first step towards Mars" by B. Lansdorp, S. Johann & B. Voorbach
Bas will share his ‘big’ plans for the Red Planet, where Mars One will take humanity to Mars in 2023, to establish the foundation of a permanent settlement from which we will prosper, learn, and grow. Before the first crew lands, Mars One will have established a habitable, sustainable settlement designed to receive new astronauts every two years. To accomplish this, Mars One has developed a precise, realistic plan based entirely upon existing technologies. It is both economically and logistically feasible, in motion through the aggregation of existing suppliers and experts in space exploration.
Mars One will start the online astronaut selection process the first half of 2013. Mars One expects applications from people from all over the world, who want to be part of the first mission to Mars. Applicants can publish part of their astronaut application online. These profiles, including a 1 minute video, will be publicly accessible through MarsOne's website.
We will also share some technical insight into the programming model behind the astronaut registration process and the public website as well as the SaaS and PaaS solutions they are using to meet internet-scale video streaming, world-wide data distribution and how they automatically scale in and out, depending on the user load.
Bas Lansdorp is an entrepreneur, interested in visionary technological business cases. Mars One, is a project he founded, and one that he hopes will involve and inspire the whole world and will soon become a "global media spectacle". He is a persuasive and enthusiastic speaker and an experienced fundraiser. His specialties are in Entrepreneurship, Space exploration, Cleantech, Airborne Wind Energy.
If you have any questions or have to cancel your registration, please don't hesitate to contact Daphne Keislair.
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