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Reactive Programming

Past Presentations

Reactive Programming for Java Developers

The JDK 9 java.util.concurrent.Flow class implements features from the Reactive Streams spec that provide non-blocking concurrency by supporting "push" style operations for items from an active source as they become available. This is the tip of the iceberg on the quest for reactive programming...

Rossen Stoyanchev Spring Framework Committer @Pivotal
Servlet vs Reactive Stacks In 5 Use Cases

In the past year, Netflix shared a story about upgrading their main gateway serving 83 million users from Servlet-stack Zuul 1 to an async and non-blocking Netty-based Zuul 2. The results were interesting and nuanced with some major benefits as well as some trade-offs. Can mere mortal web...

Rossen Stoyanchev Spring Framework Committer @Pivotal
Modeling the Real World With Elixir/OTP

Building software that interacts with the real world is not as trivial as it sounds. When you build software that interacts with the real world, you have model your program to represent the real world. The traditional approach to modeling this is to model real-world events sequentially, one after...

Aish Dahal Engineer @pagerduty

Interviews

Rossen Stoyanchev Spring Framework Committer @Pivotal

Reactive Programming for Java Developers

How would you describe the persona of the target audience of this talk? Is it aimed at someone who is currently working with Spring MVC app? Will you be talking about the Reactor Project?

If you are a Spring developer, this is certainly an important talk if you want to understand one of the major things coming to Spring Framework 5.

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Aish Dahal Engineer @pagerduty

Modeling the Real World With Elixir/OTP

What is the focus of your work today?

I work on event-based systems that leverage Elixir/OTP and quite a bit of Apache Kafka. My team is building a platform for enriching and processing high volumes of data in real time.

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