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James Watters 5 Apr 19
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James Watters 5 Apr 19
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Jordi Mas 6 Apr 19
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Data to understand users behavior -> machine learning driven products
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James Watters 6 Apr 19
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seems to be happening for sure -- counting on for her expertise on that change ...
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Alexis Richardson 7 Apr 19
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alternatively, batch is very slow streaming
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James Watters 7 Apr 19
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It’s the cultural assumptions that I find most interesting as you go left —> right...
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David Bottiau 5 Apr 19
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I agree on this except for the last two changes. You have to consider language/framework agnostic platform, meaning the best tool for the right job.
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Dreese... 6 Apr 19
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What the hell people are still using spring boot
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Sam Dammers 6 Apr 19
Yep
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Jonathan Vila 6 Apr 19
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I disagree with JavaEE as it's not dead at all and it's growing, and also with Itil that was a broader concept than simpli Ci/cd
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Chandra Guntur 6 Apr 19
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JakartaEE not JavaEE. ... and I say competition is good. I love Spring Boot and also other tools such as Dropwizard, Microprofile and now Quarkus.
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