- Montreal 2010
Apache Camel is a mature, powerful systems integration framework based on well-known, robust enterprise integration patterns. Using Apache Camel, web developers can stitch together lightweight, tailored backends for their applications that both publish to and consume from various internal and external services using multiple data formats. This talk will give a detailed overview of the framework, run through some code examples and will also showcase a few examples of how Camel is used in real-world web applications. There will also be a brief discussion of running Apache Camel through JRuby.
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A former computational scientist, Pradeep was writing astrophysical simulations in Ruby well before the language became fashionable. Since then, he has been working with and thinking a lot about social networks, machine learning and applying mathematical models to social data. At Intridea, he’s responsible for researching and developing emerging web technologies and launching new products. Of late, he's been coding heavily with Ruby, Erlang and XMPP