July 17th Meeting: Spring Data

Andrew C. Oliver will introduce Spring Data, and demonstrate its implementation using a simple application with a non-trivial database structure. The application will use JPA/PostgreSQL, Neo4j, MongoDB and Hadoop for a backend and implementations will be demo’d for each.

Andrew C. Oliver is a professional cat herder who moonlights as a software consultant. He started programming when he was 8 and cut his teeth on GW Basic, BASICA, and dBase III+. He is most known for founding the POI project, which is now hosted at Apache. He also was one of the early developers at JBoss before it merged with Red Hat. He is a former board member and current helper at the Open Source Initiative. He is president and founder of Open Software Integrators, a professional services firm with offices in Durham, N.C., and Chicago, Ill.

Meeting time:

Time: 6:00, July 17th, 2012
Place: CME
20 South Wacker Drive
ULL-A Auditorium
Chicago IL, 60606

To RSVP, please go to gathers.us

RSVPs will close on Tuesday, July 17th at noon.

 

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