«Advanced Patterns in Asynchronous Programming», Michael Arenzon

In this talk we’ll cover some advanced compositional patterns with Scala Futures, in order to build and use higher level abstractions ​when dealing with async code.
Using Futures as a basic building block for concurrent, async code has become pervasive in the past few years and for a good reason. However, when moving from the traditional synchronous code to the async one, a set of patterns that were obvious to implement before now seem to be more challenging. The aim of this talk is to show few examples of these patterns implemented with Scala futures in an async and non blocking manner. We will present the usage pattern and the implementation in order to show the principles of properly handling async code.

Watch Speakers speeches at ScalaUA2018

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *