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This session will consist of four 15-minute talks by Marconi Lanna, Sofia Cole, Rafal Gancarz, and Nicolas Long, where the following topics will be covered; declarative monad option idiomatic-scala scala clojure types
Marconi Lanna - Idiomatic Scala: Your Options Do Not Match
Rafal Gancarz - Securing Microservices using Play and Akka HTTP
Nicolas Long - Lessons from Clojure
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Rafal Gancarz is an IT Consultant, currently working with Starbucks. He is a versatile technologist with years of commercial experience building high quality distributed systems. Rafal is a technical architect with broad expertise in numerous architectural styles and patterns as well as excellent hands-on developer, able to tackle complexity in the heart of any IT solution while providing mentoring and guidance within the technical team. He is also a Certified Scrum Master, experienced agile practitioner and evangelist, passionate about improving project delivery and building highly performing teams.
Sofia is a software developer at ITV, working on building microservices in Scala.
'Nic Long is Tech Lead for the Discussion (user commenting) team at the Guardian, where he has been working for the last couple of years. He loves building scalable APIs in functional languages - in particular Scala and Clojure. He is passionate about developing new ways of journalism on the web and other technology platforms.
Marconi is a Senior Software Innovator at Originate in Toronto and has been programming in Scala since 2010. He organizes the Scala Up North conference and is a speaker at multiple conferences, including Scala Days, Scala by the Bay, NEScala, PNWScala, LambdaConf, and Full Stack Toronto. .