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Concurrency and Asynchrony in Scala

13th December 2018 in London at Business Design Centre

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Scala supports a lot of different ways of programming. Just in the world of concurrency, you have many options: Scala Futures, Twitter Futures, Akka (both Actors and Streams), Monix, fs2, cats-effect, and the list goes on. How do they work? Which one should you use?

In this talk, we will tour the different libraries/frameworks for writing multi-threaded applications in Scala. There is no silver bullet, but you will discover the different approaches and when to use them.

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Concurrency and Asynchrony in Scala

Greg Dorrell

Greg is a backend Scala developer who also likes frontend. After playing around with Scala.js 3 years ago, he realised it's really good and wants to get the word out about it!

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Scala supports a lot of different ways of programming. Just in the world of concurrency, you have many options: Scala Futures, Twitter Futures, Akka (both Actors and Streams), Monix, fs2, cats-effect, and the list goes on. How do they work? Which one should you use?

In this talk, we will tour the different libraries/frameworks for writing multi-threaded applications in Scala. There is no silver bullet, but you will discover the different approaches and when to use them.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Concurrency and Asynchrony in Scala

Greg Dorrell

Greg is a backend Scala developer who also likes frontend. After playing around with Scala.js 3 years ago, he realised it's really good and wants to get the word out about it!

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