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Reactive thinking in Java

  • May 10, 2016 · 8:00 PM

This online presentation is about asynchronous and non-blocking programming in Java. We'll talk about how reactive extensions change the way you design Java applications. You'll see how to consume the data pushed by observable streams  and apply a  variety of operators offered by the RXJava library, which requires a different way of thinking about writing code.

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  • Andriy P.

    couldn't join unfortunately
    any slides available?

    May 10

  • Kurt B.

    If this was always going to have been an online event, it should have been listed as such.

    May 10

    • Yakov F.

      It's clearly announced as an online meeting from the very beginning.

      May 10

  • Yakov F.

    I sent an email to all attendees earlier today

    May 10

  • Barry O.

    Hi - Is there a location for this yet?

    May 9

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