Coherence Special Interest Group in San Francisco on April 21st
By Reza Shafii on Apr 12, 2011
I have joined the Oracle Coherence product management team since the begining of the year. Coherence is a really exciting product that, among other things, allows applications to dramatically improve their performance and scale linearly. I am hoping to write more blog entries specific to Coherence capabilities in the near future, but I wanted to first post this entry about the next Bay Area Coherence Special Interest Group (BACSIG) meeting due to take place on Thursday April 21st. The BACSIG is a quarterly event targeted at a technical audience (typically developers and architetcs).
This is the first time that the event is being held in downtown San Francisco. Typically it has been held at the Oracle campus in Redwood shores. The agenda for this month's event is specially interesting as Adam Messinger, the Oracle VP who leads Java development, will be attending and giving us a brief talk on Oracle and Java. We will also be talking about the upcoming 3.7 release of Coherence and some exciting new features. I am hopeful that we will see a good attendance from the San Francisco developer and architect community. If you are interested, please register in advance as space is limited (only about 50 spots available). Of course we will also have dinner available for all attendees.