Paul Dix

Paul Dix
CEO, InfluxDB

Website | @pauldix

Paul Dix is the author of the upcoming book “Service Oriented Design with Ruby and Rails” to be published by Addison Wesley. In the past he has worked at Google, Microsoft, McAffee, Air Force Space Command, and various startups filling positions as a programmer, software tester, and network engineer. He has been a speaker at RubyConf and multiple regional Ruby conferences on the subjects of machine learning, collaborative filtering, service oriented design. He is the author of the open source Ruby libraries SAXMachine, Feedzirra, and Typhoues. Paul has a degree in computer science from Columbia University.


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Programming frameworks like MapReduce and Hadoop are perfect for large scale batch processing, but fall short of meeting the needs of the real-time web. An event based system allows you to process data in real time as it comes in and changes. Tools like AMQP and Web Hooks give you the ability to build systems focused on real-time processing. Read more.
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