SkillsCast coming soon.
With a plethora of different concurrency programming models available to developers today, in this talk, we'll put on our haz-mat suits and explore the different models–getting a 360 degree view on what's good, what's bad and what's just plain ugly.
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Concurrency – The good, the bad, the ugly
Viktor Klang is the Deputy CTO at Typesafe—prolific contributor to the Akka project as well as member of the Reactive Streams SIG when not involved in the Scala Standard Library concurrency APIs. Interested in all things distributed and concurrent—software as hardware.
Scala expert Roland Kuhn is one of the core developers of the Akka project at Typesafe. Before joining Typesafe in 2011, he completed a PhD in physics and gained four years of experience as a systems engineer in satellite operations.