Two days of cutting-edge technology at Code Mesh London

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Inventors and users of the most sought-after technologies of the moment will gather in London on the 4th and 5th of December for the second edition of Code Mesh - The Alternative Programming Conference.

Code Mesh brings together over 50 speakers: inventors, originators and experts in languages, libraries, operating systems and technologies that handle the programming and business challenges of today.

The programming languages and technologies present at Code Mesh are very diverse, ranging from technologies that have been around for a while such as Haskell, Clojure or Erlang to new languages such as Elixir, Rust and Julia. What they all have in common is the significant attention they are receiving for what they can offer in solving architectural and software issues faced by developers in the 21st century.

Code Mesh brings together over 50 speakers: inventors, originators and experts in languages, libraries, operating systems and technologies that handle the programming and business challenges of today. These challenges are reflected in the conference tracks:

  •     Finance & Banking
  •     Next Generation Databases,
  •     Gaming & New Media
  •     Infrastructure & Distribution
  •     Scalability & Multicore
  •     Not Only OO and
  •     Next Generation Analytics

The conference will also offer one day of tutorials on some of these technologies on the 3rd of December. The full programme of the conference can be found here: http://codemesh.io/index.html#tuesday

Among the speakers are Ruby guru and author of 'The Pragmatic Programmer' Dave Thomas, Erlang co-inventor Joe Armstrong, Elixir creator José Valim, Akka inventor Jonas Bonér, creator of the Parallela board Andreas Olofsson, creator of Catnip IDE Bodil Stokke, co-inventor of Julia Stefan Karpinski, Clojure experts Carin Meier and Timothy Baldridge, creator of ZeroMQ Pieter Hintjens, as well as O'Reilly authors such as Francesco Cesarini and Dean Wampler.

The sponsors of Code Mesh include Erlang Solutions, Typesafe, Basho, Trifork, Elasticsearch, Adapteva, The IMatix Corporation and Pivotal Labs. Among the media sponsors are InfoQ, O’Reilly Media and the London Java Community.

“With Code Mesh, we aim to bring together people and companies interested in exploring the future of technology and finding the best ways to use non-mainstream programming to gain an edge in real-life commercial projects. We built up on last year’s success and gathered a more diverse array of speakers, who will give first-hand accounts of usage of alternative technologies. We are proud to have representatives of companies such as Barclays, Typesafe and The New York Times as well as dynamic new companies such as Netflix and CloudCredo,” says Francesco Cesarini, founder of Erlang Solutions and member of the Code Mesh Advisory Board.

Find out more information about Code Mesh - The Alternative Programming Conference here: http://codemesh.io

About Erlang Solutions Ltd:

Erlang Solutions provides businesses true scalability through the creation, integration, delivery and lifetime support of products and services based on the Erlang programming language. Our customers obtain all the benefits of the speed to market, low lifetime cost and extreme reliability offered by Erlang-based solutions. Erlang Solutions has a special focus on Erlang and the Erlang community, offering industry-leading research, development, training and worldwide support. We have extensive experience in industries such as telecom, financial services, gaming, advertising, new media and automotive. Erlang Solutions has offices in London, Stockholm, Krakow, Budapest, Copenhagen, Aarhus and Zurich.

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