We will begin this event with mingle, pizza and beer at 17.30.
The talk starts at 18.00.
Are you curious about reactive programming? In that case, this seminar is something for you.
It seems that "reactive" is fast on its way to being a buzzword. The Reactive Manifesto paints a picture of a future where software is event-driven, scalable, resilient, and responsive to users. Inherent in all of this is accepting asynchrony as "normal" - a challenge to an industry more used to synchrony everywhere!
Thankfully, help is at hand. The reactive extensions, or Rx for short, enable us to do reactive programming in a clean, declarative manner. The intricacies of asynchrony are factored into the various Rx combinators, leaving our code focused on the problems we're solving.
In this session Jonathan Worthington will introduce the ideas behind reactive programming. He will also show how Rx and C# can be used to tame a concurrent domain and solve problems cleanly.
More about the speaker Jonathan Worthington
Whether it's architecting, coding, teaching or mentoring, Jonathan is at home. He has an eye for elegance and simplicity, and loves to take something that seems difficult, get to the heart of the complexity and make an easy to understand solution. At Edument, Jonathan spends his time teaching, helping clients to tackle complexity in their software development and delivering solutions to some of their trickiest implementation challenges.
A consultant since 2006, Jonathan is also a very active open source contributor, and a popular speaker at a range of international workshops and conferences.
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