Scala Days 2013 / Concurrency – The good, the bad, the ugly

Please RSVP for instructions on how to join the event.

Description

Viktor Klang & Roland Kuhn With a plethora of different concurrency programming models available to developers today, in this talk, we'll put on our haz-mat suits and explore the different models–getting a 360 degree view on what's good, what's bad and what's just plain ugly. We're going to cover Threads, pessimistic locking, optimistic locking, event-handlers, actors and more, so don't forget to mute your cellphone, bring popcorn & soda and be prepared for a real thriller!

Outline

No outline is available

Content is not yet available

Viktor Klang (viktor.klang)

16.0k
AuthorDeveloper

Viktor Klang works at Scalable Solutions, the commercial entity behind Akka. Hailing from southern Sweden, Viktor is a passionate Scala hacker since 2007, a Java enterprise systems architect since 2003 and a programmer since 1998. He's a big fan of agile development, scalable software and elegant code. He's spent the past 7 years building a EIS, ERP, CRM and PDM system for a large international enterprise. After being involved in the Lift web framework for 2 years, he joined the Akka team in the middle of 2009 as one of the earliest committers.

For a complete view of this profile, including education, work experience and developer information, you need to be logged in and have a subscription.

Tweets

Viktor's upcoming trainings

No events

Viktor's past online trainings

Viktor's blog posts

0
comment
on 4/12/2017 5:20 AM
Location: viktorklang.com/blog
.
0
comment
on 3/19/2014 12:13 PM
Taking the opportunity to define Microservices, not in terms of what they are not, but in terms of what they are. This is my definition. Definition: A Microservice is a discrete, isolated, and named piece of logic that consumes 0…N inputs and produces [...]
.
0
comment
on 11/23/2011 6:36 AM
So, I found myself in a situation where I was creating JDK Proxies, and I was in control of the invocation of newProxyInstance and needed to make the Proxies transparently Serializable. The problem is that for it to work you need writeReplace, so that yo[...]
.
0
comment
on 6/30/2011 4:16 PM
Long time no blog, I’m not much of a writer, so here’s the code! Hardlink Cheers, √
.
0
comment
on 3/5/2011 3:14 PM
This question comes up every now and then, and my answer has since the first time, been refined, so I thought I’d give the answer here. “How do I run some initialization logic in the thread of the dispatcher and not the creator of the actor?” I present to[...]
.
IntelliFactory Offices Copyright (c) 2011-2012 IntelliFactory. All rights reserved.
Home | Products | Consulting | Trainings | Blogs | Jobs | Contact Us
Built with WebSharper