Async

Past Presentations

Fresh Async With Kotlin

Asynchronous programming is on the rise. Modern software systems are connected and constantly communicating. Programming languages are adding some form of asynchronous programming like async/await. However, Kotlin had taken a fresh approach to this problem with Kotlin Coroutines. In this talk,...

Roman Elizarov Software Engineer Developing Kotlin @JetBrains
Servlet vs Reactive: Choosing the Right Stack

When Netflix upgraded their main gateway, serving 83 million users, from Servlet based, blocking Zuul 1 to the Netty based, non-blocking Zuul 2, the results were interesting and nuanced with benefits and trade-offs. Spring Framework 5 provides a similar choice with Servlet based Spring MVC...

Rossen Stoyanchev Spring Framework Committer @Pivotal
Asynchronous API With CompletableFuture

Since Java 8, CompletableFuture has enabled asynchronous, future-based programming in Java and is one of the most powerful features suitable for creating asynchronous APIs. This presentation, based on real project experience, goes beyond the CompletableFuture public API. It reveals internal...

Sergey Kuksenko Java Performance Engineer @Oracle

Interviews

Roman Elizarov Software Engineer Developing Kotlin @JetBrains

Fresh Async With Kotlin

What is the primary role that you have with Kotlin at JetBrains?

I'm currently leading the team of Kotlin libraries. We are working in close cooperation with Kotlin language team, the design, etc..

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Rossen Stoyanchev Spring Framework Committer @Pivotal

Servlet vs Reactive: Choosing the Right Stack

What’s the motivation for this talk?

Spring Framework 5 provides two web stacks. One is a classic, Servlet stack with blocking I/O that most Java enterprise applications use today. The other is a Reactive stack that's built on an event-loop, non-blocking execution model and can handle high concurrency with less hardware resources. The motivation for this talk is to...

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Sergey Kuksenko Java Performance Engineer @Oracle

Asynchronous API With CompletableFuture

What do you do day-to-day?

Making things faster is my primary goal. Not only by measuring not only providing some performance guidance, but also working on different projects.

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