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Managing the Reactive World with RxJava

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Summary

Jake Wharton discusses how to think about asynchronous sources, the tools that RxJava provides to handle them, and takes a look at the future of Java and how it will affect the library.

Bio

Jake Wharton is an Android engineer at Square working on Square Cash. He has been living with a severe allergy to boilerplate code and bad APIs for years and speaks at conferences all around the world in an effort to educate more about this terrible disease.

About the conference

Entering its 12th year, the Emerging Technologies Conference has brought the leaders of the open source community to Philadelphia to teach about their projects, their work and how these technologies are changing software development. During this time, ETE has become one of the largest gatherings of developers in the mid-Atlantic.

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Oct 15, 2017

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