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Spring Days is a 2-day event for the Spring community, by the Spring community. Cloud computing ushered in a software renaissance, and while there has never been a better time to be a developer, technology evolves at an overwhelming speed. Spring has never been more relevant, but is also rapidly advancing - adding flexibility to the programming model for cloud-native, reactive and functional workloads. Over the course of 2 days, the community will share presentations and participate in open discussions about all things Spring. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from and share with members of the Spring community. Please note that registration is required for all attendees.
Call for Papers:
We welcome our community members to submit a proposal for a talk. Please consider sharing your experience using any of the Spring projects.
Schedule and Registration:
TWELVE Atlantic Station
361 17th Street NW.
Atlanta, Georgia 30363
AWS and Snowflake Computing are hosting a FREE cloud analytics event in Atlanta on June 8th. I wanted to share the event with our group as it will be a great opportunity to learn more about some interesting technologies in the Data and Analytics space and to network with your peers.
Here's the registration link with some additional information on the event. Please sign-up online via the link below. Signing up on the meetup page does not register you for this event.
At the event, you will come away with a clear understanding of the following key concepts:
1) Getting all your data into one location – fast and simple
2) Integrating all data types without hassle
3) Analyzing all your data for deep insight
4) Advancing your organization with data for deep insight
5) Gigabytes or petabytes – data warehousing done at scale"
What do employees look for in professionals they want to hire? And what do employees look for in their career opportunities? These are two important questions that should be answered when trying to find a good balance in the work place.
Nothing seems to make people more uncomfortable than change, especially in a professional environment. Management teams, tenured employees, even junior staff members all seem to be resistant to things changing around them. It is really human nature; as familiarity breeds comfort, comfort breeds confidence, and theoretically... confidence should lead to optimal performance.
But what if it does not?