Webinar Recording: A Playful Introduction to Rx by Erik Meijer

In case you’ve missed the awesome webinar A Playful Introduction to Rx by Erik Meijer last week, you can watch the recording published on IntelliJ IDEA YouTube channel.

Learning Rx does not have to be boring or painful, working your way through theoretical sermons about esoteric concepts like category theory and duality. Life is too short for that kind of abstract nonsense. So what is a better way to spend a hot summer day with an ice-cold drink, or a cold winter night with a piping hot drink, than to learn Rx by writing an awesome platform game?

Enjoy the video and feel free to share it with the friends of yours:

Erik’s slides are available at Slideshare.

About the Presenter:

Erik MeijerErik Meijer is a Dutch computer scientist and entrepreneur. From 2000 to early 2013 he was a software architect for Microsoft where he headed the Cloud Programmability Team. He then founded Applied Duality, Inc. in 2013. Before that, he was an associate professor at Utrecht University. He received his Ph.D from Nijmegen University in 1992. Follow Erik on Twitter @headinthebox.

About Andrey Cheptsov

Andrey Cheptsov is IntelliJ IDEA product marketing manager at JetBrains. He's passionate about productivity, programming languages and tools.
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4 Responses to Webinar Recording: A Playful Introduction to Rx by Erik Meijer

  1. Doug Finke says:

    Hi,

    Is there a link to download the sample code used in the presentation?

    Thank you
    Doug

  2. Hisham says:

    Please share the Webinar’s GitHub (Scala version, if possible)

  3. Matteo says:

    Is the code for the webinar available anywhere?

  4. Ches Martin says:

    For those wondering about the code presented, I haven’t come across the Snake example yet, but there’s a repo for the Bug’s Life code here: https://github.com/Applied-Duality/RxGame

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