Friday Hacks #189, Feb 14: Stream Processing, and Making Real-Time Games
Posted on by Chaitanya Baranwal
Date/Time: Friday, Feb 14 at 6:30pm
Venue: Town Plaza Seminar Room 5, UTown, NUS
Free pizza is served before the talks.
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Stream processing with Kafka Stream: How we handle 2 billions triggers a day
A trigger is a business rule defined to automatically perform some actions when specified conditions are satisfied. In this talk, we will present how we develop a new service with Kafka Stream handling 2 billions triggers a day.
Nguyen Truong Khanh is a staff software engineer at Zendesk, building reliable, scalable chat platform. Previously, he worked at Teralytics, Shopee, and Autodesk. Khanh holds a BS from Ho Chi Minh University of Technology and did his PhD in Computer Science at NUS.
Making a Real-Time Game for the Mobile Browser
In CS3216, which is a software engineering module at NUS, we decided to build a multiplayer mobile game in weeks. In this talk, we explore technologies & engineering decisions that made it possible for us.
Julius is a Year 3 Computer Science student in NUS. He loves building software, and has an interest in distributed systems.
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See you there!