Complex Event Processing and EDA?
Event-Driven Architecture Overview
• Rod Johnson, Spring Creator
• Martin Fowler, Refactoring, Analysis Patterns
• Kent Beck, First software Patterns, XP, xUnit
• Joe Stump, Digg.com Lead Architect
• Dan Farino, MySpace.com Architect
• David Laribee, ALT.NET ring leader
• Eric Evans, Mr. Domain Driven Design
• Erik Meijer, Designed LINQ & Haskell98 languages
• Gregor Hohpe, EAI Patterns Author
• Steve Vinoski, Corba & Distributed System Guru
• Pollyanna Pixton, Author of "Fear, Trust, and the Bottom Line"
• John Musser, Programmableweb.com Founder
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