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Thursday, November 14 • 11:00am - 11:30am
Next-Level Diagnostics for Async & Concurrent Errors with ZIO

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A strength of the Scala programming language is its powerful support for asynchronous and concurrent programming—historically with Future and Akka, and today, with next-generation effect systems like ZIO.

While ZIO features like fiber-based concurrency, software transactional memory, and async/concurrent resource safety may grab headlines, in everyday programming, we spend a lot of our time debugging our async/concurrent code.

In this presentation by John A. De Goes and Salar Rahmanian, you’ll see how newly-developed features in ZIO make it easier than ever to troubleshoot problems in modern applications.

You’ll discover how execution traces show exactly the line-by-line flow of your async/concurrent code (including where it would continue to if it did not error!), and how interactive debugging features let you identify and troubleshoot stalled async code.

Discover just how powerful async and concurrent programming has become in Scala!

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Salar Rahmanian

Software Engineer, Collective Health
I have been developing software since the age of eleven and have over 20 years of commercial experience. My passion and expertise is focused on functional programming and building concurrent and distributed systems using Scala. I am a core developer for the ZIO Scala Library for asynchronous... Read More →
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John A. De Goes

Solution Architect, De Goes Consulting
John A. De Goes has been writing Scala software for more than eight years at multiple companies, and has assembled world-renowned Scala engineering teams, trained new developers in Scala, and developed several successful open source Scala projects.Known for his ability to take very... Read More →

Thursday November 14, 2019 11:00am - 11:30am PST