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Applying Reactive Programming to Existing Applications

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Ben Christensen is a software engineer on the Netflix Edge Engineering team responsible for communication between Netflix devices and its cloud services. Recently involved in open source projects such as Hystrix and RxJava.

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The Philadelphia Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise Conference has established itself as the most diverse and interesting conference on the East Coast. Curated by developers, for developers, it brings together the brightest minds in software development.

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Jul 19, 2015

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  • Amazing post..just in time for me

    by Niranjan Nanda /

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    Hello Chris, This is a very nice post and I was waiting for such a post in fact.

    I have one question on Netty. Although I saw RxNetty in Netflix's Github site, but I am still not able to understand how you deploy the application inside Netty. Are you using some kind of container based on Netty?

  • Excellent

    by Peti Koch /

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    Ben covers questions like "why reactive?" and "how to switch to reactive?" in a very practical, real-world style.

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