Philipp Haller explains how to do asynchronous programming in Scala with Scala Async, Futures and Promises.
Dave Ray explains using RxJava in Clojure for building non-blocking "Observable APIs" and efficiently compose asynchronous flows together using functional reactive operators.
Jim Powers presents ways to use functional programming techniques and the new Async framework for Scala to regain compositionality while retaining the power of the model.
Heather Miller shows how to perform asynchronous programming in Scala and Java with composable pipelines using the Futures and Promises API.
Alan Dipert introduces Javelin, a ClojureScript library, demonstrating how it can be used to express a variety of asynchronous workflows in concise and composable ways.
Nilanjan Raychaudhuri presents some of the asynchronous techniques (Comet, HTTP Streaming, WebSockets, Server events) and frameworks (Asyn servlets, vert.x, Play) for building large web applications.
Jeremy Grelle demoes patterns for building desktop or mobile applications leveraging WebSockets and Push-to-Device services with SockJS, RabbitMQ and Spring.
Tomas Petricek demoes server-side and client-side asynchronous programming with non-blocking code and without inversion of control in F#.
This is Part 2 of the session. Bill Wagner and Jon Skeet explain the basics of asynchronous operations in C# using the Async keyword. The session is spiced with live demos.
Bill Wagner and Jon Skeet explain the basics of asynchronous operations in C# using the Async keyword. The session is spiced with live demos.
Zach Tellman explains how to deal with asynchronous programming difficulties in Clojure using an event-driven data structure.