Davor is the Co-founder/Chief Scientist at AIRT, an AI Technology company that helps finance companies to use big data techniques on (pre)process transactional data and dramatically improve accuracy of all predictive models created and used by the internal data science team.
Before co-founding DRAP in 2008, he co-founded PlayMedia Systems in 1997 and launched AMP MP3 technology on the global market, and helped launch BabyWatch (now called Bellabeat) in 2013, a digital health wearable company. He also teaches machine and deep learning at the HUB385 Innovation center.
As a PhD intern working with Yuri Gurevich at Microsoft Research, he worked on applications of the interactive ASM thesis on multiprocessor/multicore programing. He designed, implemented and transferred technology to a product group of a system for execution of structured concurrency, later named the Task Parallel Library of .NET framework. Received the SSCLI and Phoenix 2005 award by Microsoft Research as one of the best 16 research projects in international competition.
Inventor and lead developer of several DRM based and DRM free systems for digital audio distribution based of AMP® MP3 decoding engine for clients including DMX Music, STMicroelectronics and Napster.
FastStream: Code Generation Meets Stream Processing
Navigating the complexities of streaming protocols like Apache Kafka, RabbitMQ and NATS often bogs down development in data-centric microservices architectures. Enter FastStream: a modern framework designed to streamline this process by offering a unified API tailored for these messaging platforms. In this talk, we’ll explore how FastStream not only simplifies integration with streaming protocols but also enables seamless, automated code generation using large language models like GPT and Llama.