LOADING

How slow is your tram?

In this beginner-friendly talk we'll try to find out using the power of Scala and functional programming techniques.

Michal Pawlik
About This Talk

Have you ever wondered if it's worth catching a tram instead of walking or riding a bike? How slow is your tram on average?

In this beginner-friendly talk we'll try to find out using the power of Scala and functional programming techniques.

We'll learn how to build an API client, handle JSON, stream and combine the data using FS2 and Cats Effect.

more great talks

Might Be Interesting

Day 2
  —  
4:00 pm
arrow pointing right icon

Growing Oxen: channel operators and retries

In this session, I will guide you through two recent additions to Ox that I helped implement: channel operators and retries.

Day 2
  —  
9:00 am
arrow pointing right icon

Contravariance: intuition building and examples

This talk aims to equip the audience with the minimum required bagage to get comfortable working with contravariance.

Day 2
  —  
9:30 am
arrow pointing right icon

Do I Miss Writing Scala?

Join me for a fun and possibly opinionated talk about the state of Scala and other JVM languages.

Day 1
  —  
12:00 pm
arrow pointing right icon

Hands-on Besom: Infrastructure-as-Code with Scala

In my talk I will guide you through a deployment of a complete AI-based web service using Besom, Scala SDK for Pulumi.

See All Events
Join us!

We're looking for amazing speakers.
CFP is open till 10.01.2023

Fill in Call for Papers
location icon

Location

Centrum Konferencyjne POLIN, Poland
stay in touch icon

Follow Us

Contact Us