November 11-13, 2016
Twitter HQ, San Francisco, CA
Scala By the Bay is the yearly conference of SF Scala, the biggest Scala meetup and community in the world, with the highest concentration of Scala developers and companies running Scala as a foundation of their global operations. The conference is held continuously since 2013, with all the videos published on functional.tv. In 2015, expanded with Twitter OSS conference, FinagleCon, bringing in a wealth of Twitter Stack, powering the global conversation, and Big Data Scala By the Bay-- the synthesis of data engineering and data science with Apache Spark, Apache Kafka, and emerging streaming architectures.
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Scala By the Bay: Functional Programming, Spark, Twitter, Full Stack
Scala By the Bay is not just another tech conference. It is a venerable institution, upholding rigorous software engineering practices, enabling companies to build Twitter-scale data pipelines, and sharing best practices for full-stack construction, from immutable containerized devops to backend, to front-end, with test-driven development, monitoring, continuous deployment, Machine Learning enabling user engagement, and more.
Miles has been doing stuff with Scala for more than ten years, currently with Underscore Consulting. He is a cofounder of Typelevel and his best known project, the Scala generic programming library shapeless, is the weapon of choice wherever boilerplate needs to be scrapped or arities abstracted over.
In 2014, Julie co-founded Order of Magnitude Labs to develop AI algorithms capable of intelligent behavior, all written in Scala. She spent the previous 10 years developing JVM server-side applications in a variety of environments, from startups to government institutions. Most notably, she was a member of the team that first brought Netflix to a variety of popular platforms and launched the service internationally. Along the way, Julie made several round trips between engineering and management, calling Scala “home” since 2012. On the side, she enjoys hacking with hardware and occasionally dabbles in web development.
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