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Infinispan’s been harvested, time to evangelise!

imageHere @ Infinispan we’ve been extremely busy over the summer baking Infinispan 4.1.0.FINAL and after releasing it just over a couple of weeks ago, it’s time to go out and tell the world about it!

As far as I’m concerned, I’ll be at the JAOO conference in Aarhus, Denmark, where I’ll be speaking about the importance of the brand new Infinispan Server modules, emphasizing the motivation for developing them and showcasing some really exciting use cases.

Just a few days later I’ll be in Berlin for Europe’s round for hosting JBoss' JUDCon, a developer conference by developers where I’ll be introducing a brand-new, innovative data eviction algorithm included in Infinispan 4.1, which increases eviction precision and reduces overhead. I will also be talking about the Infinispan Server modules in this conference. On top of that, Mircea Markus will be explaining how transactions are handled within Infinispan and how to do continuous querying of Infinispan data grids. In total, Infinispan has 4 talks @ JUDCon which is very exciting for us!!

To round things up, on the 14th of October I’ll be in Lausanne where I’ll be introducing the audience of the local JUG to Infinispan, talking about our motivations to create Infinispan, how different it is to JBoss Cache…​etc.

So, if you happen to be around, make sure you come! It’ll be fun :)

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