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How to Build Reactive Applications

Jamie Allen (Typesafe)
Java & JVM
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In the past year, Reactive has become one of the hottest terms in the software development community. But what does it mean, and how can developers leverage the core concepts to create applications that meet the standard of being Reactive? This talk will answer those questions, as well as provide insight about various tools that can be used to build such applications, including Reactive Extensions, Functional Reactive Programming, Erlang, Node.js, Vert.x, Play Framework, Akka and more.

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Jamie Allen has worked in consulting since 1994, with top firms including Price Waterhouse and Chariot Solutions. He has a long track record of collaborating closely with clients to build high-quality, mission-critical systems that scale to meet the needs of their businesses, and has worked in myriad industries including automotive, retail, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications and more. Jamie has been coding in Scala and actor-based systems since 2009, and is the author of “Effective Akka” book from O’Reilly.