Spring Boot 2 and Spring Framework 5 have arrived and they deliver on a key promise: Supporting Reactive programming using Reactor 3.1 to model non-blocking flows.
More than learning about a new framework, the developer is challenged with a new mindset. In this Workshop, we aim to deliver the survival kit to understand reactive programming trade-off, when to choose it and read/write Reactor flows. In the context of Spring Boot 2, we’ll be exploring some of the ecosystem support like web, data and security.
A multi-tasker eating tech 24/7, Stephane is interested in distributed computing, data science and messaging. He is on a mission to help organisations transform their applications into consumer-grade software. He founded Project Reactor to help developers create reactive, efficient serving architectures on the JVM and beyond.
Madhura Bhave is a developer at Pivotal on the Spring Boot team. Before joining the Spring Boot team, Madhura worked on the UAA (Authentication and Authorization component for Cloud Foundry).