How to Build a Reactive Event Streaming App - Coding in Motion

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How do you build an event-driven application that can react to real-time data streams as they happen? Kris Jenkins (Senior Developer Advocate, Confluent) will be hosting another fun, hands-on programming workshop—Coding in Motion: Watching the River Flow, to demonstrate how you can build a reactive event streaming application with Apache Kafka®, ksqlDB using Python.

As a developer advocate, Kris often speaks at conferences, and the presentation will be available on-demand through the organizer’s YouTube channel. The desire to read comments and be able to interact with the community motivated Kris to set up a real-time event streaming application that would notify him on his mobile phone.

During the workshop, Kris will demonstrate the end-to-end process of using Python to process and stream data from YouTube’s REST API into a Kafka topic, analyze the data with ksqlDB, and then stream data out via Telegram. After the workshop, you’ll be able to use the recipe to build your own event-driven data application.

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