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Reaqtor: Reliable Rx at Scale for High-performance Event Processing I. Griffiths

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Reaqtor: Reliable Rx at Scale for High-performance Event Processing with Ian Griffiths

❗❗ 🌐 This is an online event, we'll be hosting the event on Zoom, the link for the meeting is below, however, we'll only announce the password just before the event.
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📅 Agenda
- 👋 Welcome
- 🗑️ Housekeeping
- 👨‍🏫 The Reactive Extensions
- 🍻 Virtual Bar

👉 Reaqtor: Reliable Rx at Scale for High-performance Event Processing
The Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) is one of the most influential technologies to have emerged from the .NET ecosystem. (Its influence on other platforms has been so pervasive that its origins in .NET are sometimes forgotten.) The team that created Rx did not rest on their laurels: they used Rx as the basis for developing a distributed, reliable, and extremely scalable event processing service. Reactor, as it was then called, has been integral to some of Microsoft's most widely used services for many years, but although Microsoft has talked in public about it a few times, it has never been available for use outside of Microsoft—until now. On May 18th 2021, Bart de Smet, made Reaqtor (its new name) open source, as a .NET-Foundation-sponsored project.

This talk will explain what makes Reaqtor different from other high-scale event processing systems. It will also show some of the foundational components that have been released as part of this, most notably 'Bonsai', a mechanism for serializing computations based on .NET's expression tree system, and which is central to how Reaqtor works.

👨‍💻Ian Griffiths
Ian has worked in various aspects of computing, including computer networking, embedded real-time systems, broadcast television systems, medical imaging, and all forms of cloud computing. Ian is a Technical Fellow at endjin, and Microsoft MVP in Developer Technologies. He is the author of O'Reilly's Programming C# 8.0, and has written Pluralsight courses on WPF and the TPL. Technology brings him joy.

twitter: @idg10
pluralsight: https://www.pluralsight.com/authors/ian-griffiths
blog: https://endjin.com/who-we-are/our-people/ian-griffiths/

Lightning Talks!

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Following our continued success of the lightning talks, we are hosting another round! We will be having 6 speakers doing a 10-15 minute lightning talks, if you would like to get involved please message me on meetup or twitter.

A lightning talk is a very short presentation lasting only a few minutes, given at a conference or a similar forum. Several lightning talks will usually be delivered by different speakers in a single session, sometimes called a data blitz.

(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightning_talk)

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