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Functional programming and Kafka: do they mix?

Let's go through some most common patterns when it comes to integrating Scala applications with Kafka

Aleksandar Skrbic
I am a software engineer who loves working at the intersection of backend and data engineering.
About This Talk

Apache Kafka is one of the most popular tools in the world of streaming architectures. It is becoming a must-know technology for every modern backend developer, so in this talk, I want to go through some most common patterns when it comes to integrating Scala applications with Kafka. We will explore what options we have in Functional Scala Space, how to configure and interact with Producers and Consumers, and finally review the implementation of some streaming patterns using fs2 and Cats-Effects.

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