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What do you get when you combine Kestrel on .NET Core with Freya powered by Hopac? A highly concurrent, fully functional, and standards compliant web server ready to handle extreme loads.
In this talk, you will explore Freya and how its machine and router concepts make building a web service that can handle authentication, caching constructs, and more without requiring you to become fluent in the HTTP RFCs. You will also discover how Hopac can accelerate Freya, enabling it to handle large numbers of requests simultaneously, resulting in better throughput and efficiency.
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Building a Highly Concurrent, Functional Web Server on .NET Core - Audience Level: Advanced
Marcus Griep is a software engineer for Vistaprint. Marcus is a frequent contributor to the open source community who has taken a recent interest in F# in specific and functional programming in general. Besides working with software, Marcus officiates American football and is a contributor to the Football Zebras site. When not working with code or on the field, Marcus tries to make time for photography and board games with his family.