Date and Time
Date(s) - November 9, 2016
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Categories Webcast

Watch the EclairJS Tech Talk replay, recorded November 9, 2016

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NOTE: The webcast will begin promptly at 11:00 a.m. ET.


EclairJS provides JavaScript developers with an API to Apache Spark so they can take advantage of Spark’s scalable streaming, SQL, machine-learning, graph capabilities.

Join the EclairJS team for a closer look at this exciting project, including an overview of both the client component, which provides a Spark API in Node.js and JavaScript and enables Node.js applications to run remotely from Spark, and the server component, which exposes the Apache Spark programming model to JavaScript and takes advantage of Spark’s distributed computing capabilities.

NOTE: The webcast will being promptly at 11:00 a.m. ET. Space is limited — connect early to reserve your place. If you are unable to attend the webcast for any reason, a replay of the presentation along with charts and Q&A will be available for viewing on our Videos page shortly after the call.

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2 comments on"dW Open Tech Talk: EclairJS"

  1. Loek Vredenberg November 07, 2016

    Is this call open for customers?

    • Neil MacKinnon November 07, 2016

      Loek, this call — and all developerWorks Open Tech Talks — are open to everyone, non-IBMers and IBMers alike, so please pass on to your customers. All our featured projects are open source and we invite anyone who would like to contribute or who simply has an interest in the technology.

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