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What's backpressure & what you're missing by not knowing

What's backpressure & what you're missing by not knowing

In 2016 pretty much every commercial software system built with modern tech is a distributed system. Yes, we all build distributed systems these days. Obviously, the term "distributed" is very spacious - I'm not saying we're all creating…

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Back to the roots, functional style - Lambda Days 2015

Back to the roots, functional style - Lambda Days 2015

February is over, so it was a high time to open the conference season in 2015 already ;P Due to practical reasons I carefully track such events that happen in Poland (not much to be tracked, but the number is…

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You! Yes, you! What did you do for your own self-development?

I've spend yesterday's early evening on presenting about Reactive Extensions (Rx) for professional local .NET enthusiast User Group in Warsaw - WG.NET. To be honest I didn't expect many people to come: it's still August & many people are…

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Reactive Programming in .NET (using Rx)

Private advertisement mode ON In about 1-1.5 week time I'll be presenting about Reactive Programming in .NET at WG.NET. The final date is not confirmed yet (it should be very soon & I'll update this post for sure)…

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Get a grasp of Scala's reactive stack - Typesafe Activator

Majority of my co-workers and acquaintances associate me (and my professional work) with the .NET stack. This association is so strong that when I tell them about my recent works with Scala/Akka, they think I'm nuts (or close to)…

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Reactive applications in Enterprise?

Reactive applications. Scalable & responsive. Resilient & fault-tolerant. Event-driven & asynchronuous. The benefits of RAs are well and commonly known (if you're not up-to-date, make sure you get yourself familiar with Reactive Manifesto: start with the following link), but it's…

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