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In this talk, Viktor Klang introduces the Futures in the Akka toolkit and show how one can utilize Futures to enable non-blocking composition of parallel sources of data or computations, to defer blocking not only until the end of the universe, but to get rid of it completely.
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The Promising Future of Akka
Viktor Klang, also known as √, is a passionate programmer with a taste for concurrency paradigms and performance optimization. Viktor is Chief Software Architect at Typesafe.