Talk #1: "Trace your requests" by Dejan Mijic
OpenTracing exposes vendor-neutral APIs for distributed tracing. In this talk, Dejan will introduce its building blocks, and demonstrate their usage through some of the existing Scala libraries.
Dejan Mijic works as a senior software engineer at Zalando SE in Berlin, Germany. He is passionate about functional programming and distributed systems. Outside of his daily job, he enjoys contributing to OSS projects and competing in general knowledge quizzes.
Talk #2: "Tackling GraalVM's native-image tooling with Scala" by Łukasz Biały
Oracle's GraalVM brings a lot of new and exciting possibilities for JVM developers. One of them is the capability to compile Scala applications to static binaries. Configuration of native-image can be quite daunting though and while Oracle developers work hard at making it easier it's still non-trivial. I'm going to do a live-coding session presenting how this process can be automated away using new tooling currently under development and also discuss the edge cases that arise and have to be handled.
Polyglot full-stack developer currently employing his enthusiasm for functional programming and quality coding at VirtusLab. Permanent learner with severe information dependency problem. Enjoys conversations about philosophy and all things related to mind's inner workings. Loves mountains, biking and hiking.
How to get to the venue?
Szlak 49 at VirtusLab office, kitchen on 6th floor
VirtusLab is the founding sponsor of Kraków Scala User Group.