Have you been frustrated trying to write a multithreaded program and sticking synchronized on all of your methods? Can’t tell your monitors from your semaphores? There has to be a better way! In this talk, we’ll discuss actor-based concurrency and how it can simplify multithreaded programming. We will distill down Akka Actors, a JVM implementation of the concurrency model that made Erlang famous. Hope to see you there.
Speaker: Dylan Forciea
Bio: Dylan Forciea is a software engineer at Oseberg, Inc. in Oklahoma City. He has worked on lots of object-oriented software using Java and C++, and now uses Scala to write software for the oil and gas industry. Prior to joining Oseberg, he has worked on systems ranging from image processing to satellite tasking and control to high rate data acquisition applications at companies such as Raytheon and Sandia National Laboratories.