Chris Meadows blends the skills learned through his experience as a flight instructor, trained financial counselor, physics researcher, and software engineer to enable himself and others to pick up and make practical use of technologies in solving business challenges. He is currently a Senior Architect at Terenine Technologies in Chattanooga, TN.
Whether you need a way to communicate between processes, spin tasks off to background workers, or enable a widely distributed system, a service bus backed by message queuing could be a great tool for you to use. However, sifting through the "what's possible" to "what's practical" can be daunting. In this session we'll discuss different tools and patterns and weigh their pros and cons. We'll discuss and walk through practical approaches to example challenges such as inter-process communication, work distribution, and API integration using multiple languages, including Ruby, Erlang, and C#.
In this presentation we will go through how to build a single page web application using the Ember.js framework for your web page, backing it with Sinatra for the web server API.