To respect others, prepare your gear before workshop! Clone and execute following:
• https://github.com/ktoso/akka-http-mini-workshop (https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fgithub.com%2Fktoso%2Fakka-http-mini-workshop&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNFZ_1fn-jbrEOpw0W1tJZKIhNT2VA)
• sbt test:compile
Akka hakker @ Lightbend, where he also participated in the Reactive Streams initiative and implemented its Technology Compatibility Kit. Konrad is a late-night passionate dev living by the motto "Life is Study!". His favourite discussion topics range from distributed systems to capybaras. He has founded and run multiple user groups (Java, Scala, Computer Science, ...), and has is part of program committees of awesome conferences such as GeeCON and JavaOne SF. Other than that, he's a frequent speaker on distributed systems and concurrency topics, at conferences all around the world. In those rare times he's not coding, he spreads the joy of computer science, through helping local user groups and whitepaper reading clubs.
• Bring your own gear :-)
• Mini workshop - 2h
• Location - Art Inkubator (akka is an art :]) Tymienieckiego 3
During this short workshop we'll dive into practical examples what Akka HTTP is and why it's so different from "just another http server" – namely, that streaming is built in in all layers of the server: from the TCP layer though the server itself to user-land exposed streaming facilities using Akka Streams. The key feature here is safety, back-pressure and all the opportunities this opens up. In our workshop we'll look at a number of streaming examples and how simple they are to implement in Akka HTTP.
Sponsor of Konrad Malawski’s talk. Provider of IT services for the world’s biggest financial institutions. We are expanding our presence in Poland – Akka and Scala specialists wanted!