The 2nd Annual IndicThreads Delhi NCR Conference will be held on 30-31 August 2013. The conference has a great lineup of speakers & sessions and offers an unmatched opportunity for learning in Big Data, Java, Cloud, Web & Emerging technologies. Do take a look at the sessions and the schedule and registrations for conference 2013.
The call for papers / speakers for the 2nd IndicThreads Delhi NCR Conference is now open. The conference will be held on 30-31 August 2013 and look at a wide array of software development tools & technologies in Java, Cloud Computing, Mobile App Development as well as emerging technologies.
Inline with the wide range of developer interests and software demands today, the CFP scope is restricted to three very broad categories. You are welcome to submit any mix of these three categories.
- Web Technologies
- Mobile Software Development
- Serverside + Cloud Development (Of Relevance To The Java Platform)
2nd Annual IndicThreads Delhi NCR Conference will be held on 30-31 August 2013 at the Hotel Fortune Select Global in Gurgaon.
Big Data, Cloud, Java & emerging technologies covered at the conference include: Angular.js, RESTful Design, Concurrency & Performance, Java Cloud PaaS, Java GC, Design Thinking, Big Data Tools, Apache Crunch, SQL on Apache Hadoop, Big Data Search – ElasticSearch and Graph Databases.
The conference inaugural address will be delivered by Vibhore Sharma, CTO of Naukri.com.
Software solutions have become increasingly graphic over time. This has resulted in an explosion of visualization packages, ranging from basic charting to 3D, big data and GIS visualization. However, these packages still treat each visualization as a separate entity, and struggle to have common behavior across visualizations and platforms. Varying requirements may also lead to the adoption of multiple visualization tools across products in a suite.
The Grammar of Graphics approach allows us to define a language for all types of visualization. This language provides a compromise between the complete flexibility of a graphics package, and the constraints of a charting package with customizable attributes. It provides standardization in configuration and behavior, and at the same time allows us to define representations of the data by simply changing the specification. The language approach to specifying visualization provides much more control to adopters while maintaining consistency. The language approach also allows the same specification to be interpreted across platforms to give consistent appearance and interaction across devices.
Technology is extremely important. Many companies have been tremendously successful by leveraging technology. Conferences such as IndicThreads are great for learning about technology and keeping current. However technology is just the beginning. Look beyond technology if you really want to build great products!
In this short talk Suhas Kelkar, Chief Technology Officer (APAC) for BMC Software shares some of his experiences dealing with enterprise software customers and what they are looking for from a successful product. He also shares how to recognize when to leverage technology and when to look beyond technology.
Redis is an advanced in memory key-value store designed for a world where “Memory is the new disk and disk is the new tape”. Redis has some unique properties — like blazing read and write speed, rich atomic operations and asynchronous persistence — which make it ideally suited for a number of situations. This talk will introduce Redis and discuss its common usage patterns.