Live Webinar: Reactive Stream Processing with Akka Streams
We are pleased to invite you to our upcoming webinar, Reactive Stream Processing with Akka Streams, featuring Konrad Malawski of Typesafe. Register now and join us Tuesday, January 27th, 15:00 – 16:00 GMT (10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EST).
In this webinar, Konrad will give an overview of the Reactive Streams specification (with teams from Netflix, Pivotal, RedHat, Typesafe and the others), the issues it addresses and how all the implementations aim to consolidate on a shared streaming protocol. Also, you’ll learn how to use Akka Streams for working with streaming data in an asynchronous type-safe and back-pressured manner.
Hurry up and register now, space is limited!
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