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Building Distributed Systems and Microservices in Go with NATS Streaming
A while ago, I have written a blog post Introducing NATS to Go Developers for using Apcera NATS as the messaging system for building distributed systems and Microservices in Go. In this post, I will…
nats  gnatsd  natsd  microservices  event-store  event-driven  cockroachdb 
6 days ago by pinterb
Event-Driven Architecture – @herbertograca
Using events to design applications is a practice that seems to be around since the late 1980s. We can use events anywhere in the frontend or backend. When a button is pressed, when some data changes or some backend action is performed. But what is it exactly? When should we use it and how? What…
event-driven  event-sourcing  architecture  cqrs 
8 days ago by pinterb
Event-Driven Architecture Is the Wave of the Future
"Gartner calls EDA a design paradigm. At its highest level, a software component, or event, executes a response to receiving one or more event notifications. A key feature is that the server component that sends the notification does not know which component is on the receiving end."
analysis  events  technology  top  stories  architecture  cloud  native  computing  foundation  conflict-free  replicated  data  type  emit  2017  event  schemas  event-driven  extract  transform  and  load  gartner 
5 weeks ago by jonerp
Eventline - IFTTT for developers
Micro-framework for routing and handling events for bots and applications. IFTTT for developers. Eventline focuses on the Router in the ERA (Event Source, Router, Action) architecture pattern, whilst providing a convention over configuration design to make it easier to integrate other systems.
bots  event-driven  opensource  integration  node.js  JS  automation  API 
5 weeks ago by liqweed
6 mistakes Reacters make | PurelyFunctional.tv
great discussion of design patterns in React that re-frame has different solutions for
front-end  front-end-architecture  event-driven  clojurescript  reactjs  redux 
10 weeks ago by dhartunian
How Data Is Revolutionizing The Sports Business
March 10, 2017 | Forbes | By Robert Tuchman , CONTRIBUTOR who writes about live events, deals, and brand marketing.

A top-notch record might be chalked-up to the right players and exceptional coaching, but a team’s increased brand awareness can be credited to its effective use of newly sourced data. The Panthers have been able to grow its business in a multitude of ways since it started acquiring and using key fan data....[there is] an array of data companies who are looking to assist organizations in this area.

Many of these emerging companies access information through individual data systems, third-party vendors, and social media sites. Beyond educating teams about the buyer of their tickets, these companies are helping teams better understand the individuals entering their building. This insight is a game-changer for teams as it can help to better service existing fans and develop new ones. To better service its fans, the Panthers created unique events that catered to their interests, which they learned from their data. For example, in a game against the Colorado Avalanche, Florida hosted an evening honoring the Grateful Dead. The Panthers organization secured a well-known and beloved Florida cover band, Unlimited Devotion, to play the hits of the legendary musical icons. Incentivizing “Dead Heads” to purchase tickets via the Internet, limited edition memorabilia was made available only for online ticket purchasers, with a portion of the profits going to the Grateful Dead's non-profit organization. These types of cross promotions work best when you understand the specific interests of your fans.

And the results are in. The Miami Herald reported that during the 2015-2016 season, attendance went up 33.5 % from the previous season. In addition, season ticket renewals are reportedly increasing at four or five times last year’s rate......In today’s fragmented world, it is more important than ever for teams to generate loyalty and create a personalized customer experience. As in the case of the Florida Panthers, the greater involvement a fan may have in a team’s activities, the greater the possibility they migrate from their living rooms to the venue. More fans equal more sponsors, which leads to greater revenue for teams.

Data companies can help teams better understand its fans. Innovative sports franchises are figuring out how to use this data to create stronger engagements with their actual fans.
sports  data  data_driven  Moneyball  event-driven  events  event_marketing  musical_performances  fans  fan_engagement 
10 weeks ago by jerryking

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