Twitter's Finagle

Finagle is the open source extensible RPC system which powers Twitter.  In this talk, I'll give a brief introduction to finagle, and then dig a little deeper into its features, and then the next steps for the project.

Moses Nakamura is a software engineer on the Core Systems Libraries team at Twitter, which owns Finagle.

Admission Policies

This venue requires that we supply full names of all guests in advance, and that guests provide government-issued identification with this same name. In order to attend, your name on Meetup must match the name on your ID.

No press will be admitted to these events; please e-mail [masked] if you have any questions. Twitter reserves the right to refuse entry to this event. Twitter also reserves the right to remove individuals from Twitter's premises for disruptive or disorderly behavior, or for any other reason in Twitter's sole discretion.

Please arrive between 6:30 and 7. Food and drinks will be provided by Twitter.

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  • Eric M.

    Great talk. Will the slides be made available?

    February 20, 2014

  • Carter S.

    bummed i missed the rsvp

    1 · February 19, 2014

  • Hongchang W.

    Any chance the RSVP will be reopened?

    February 19, 2014

    • Nathan H.

      Sorry, we had to hand off a final list of names already.

      February 19, 2014

  • Toby M.

    If anyone's interested in writing some open-source Scala, check out tonight's bug bash (

    There aren't many spots available, but it might scratch your itch if you were unable to land a spot for this presentation.

    2 · February 18, 2014

  • Eric P.

    If you're on the waitlist, why doesn't it just automatically add you when a spot opens? To get an email saying a spot is open and then tell you it's full again is just ridiculous.

    7 · February 14, 2014

  • Iqbal M.

    Any chance a waitlist can be setup? I got notified by email twice that spots were available. However, when I checked the site, the spots were gone. A waitlist would be helpful. Thanks!

    4 · February 14, 2014

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