Mainly Java Software Engineer / Consultant focused on distributed systems development adopting ReactiveManifesto and ReactiveProgramming techniques. Opensource geek, the active contributor to ProjectReactor. Along with that, Public speaker and Author of the book “Reactive Programming is Spring 5.0”:https://www.packtpub.com/application-development/reactive-programming-spring-50. Also, an active contributor to the community’s development as co-organizer of Rockstar Night meetups, and as a part of the program committee of conferences such as Devoxx Ukraine, JEEConf, Kotlin Night.
Previously gave speeches at JEEConf 2017, JavaDay Ukraine 2017 (TOP 5), JBreak 2018 (TOP 10), JavaDay Istanbul 2018, JEEConf 2018 (TOP 3), Voxxed Days Minsk 2018, JPrime 2018, RigaDevDays 2018 (The Best Speaker of the Second Day)
The State of Reactive Streams
The past, the state, and the future of reactive streams. Learn how it was, it is in all programming languages and whether it survives in the future in JVM with upcoming Project Loom and its fibers.
All these will be covered, including the importance of the specification in this talk!
The Reactive Streams specification is state of the art for asynchronous, non-blocking data streams with the fine-grained flow control. It brought a breath of fresh air to reactive programming in the Java ecosystem. As a result, we saw the gathering of many reactive libraries and APIs by one specification.
Clearly, that was done for a good future… but, does it have any future nowadays? How other programming ecosystems reacted to the appearance of the reactive-streams standard and did they adopted that standard or not? Moreover, will it survive after the introduction of fibers in JVM?
All these questions will be answered during the presentation, so we will clearly understand what the future waits for Reactive Streams.