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Stream processing has become ubiquitous and Akka Streams, an implementation of the Reactive Streams specification, is one of the hottest kids on the block. In this talk, you will discover the essential basics and then introduce advanced features like cyclic graphs and custom stream processing stages. Of course we use as few slides as possible and give a lot of attention to live coding a non-trivial stream topology which reliably consumes events.
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Learn your advanced Akka Streams for great Good! -Intermediate
Heiko Seeberger loves rock climbing, is an internationally renowned expert on Scala, Akka and Functional Programming and is enthusiastic about Rust. He has more than twenty years of experience in software engineering, consulting and training and is an active open source contributor. Heiko works as an independent consultant and regularly shares his knowledge at conferences and user group meetings. He tweets as @hseeberger and sometimes blogs at heikoseeberger.rocks.