February 21-23, 2024
Montreal, Canada

Theory to Practice: Building Reliable Event-Driven Services

Are you looking to build robust and efficient event-driven services? In this talk, you will learn the key concepts and strategies for achieving this, including handling at-least-once message delivery, idempotent command handling, and the laws of event-driven physics. Learn how to use the laws of event-driven physics and build event-driven services that simultaneously handle large volumes of events, network failures, and multiple events.

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Hugh McKee

Lightbend

Hugh McKee is a skilled back-end developer, and developer advocate with decades of experience building enterprise applications. Specializing in large-scale, cloud-based systems, Hugh is dedicated to learning new technologies and sharing his knowledge with others. As a developer advocate, he speaks at conferences worldwide and is the author of "Designing Reactive Systems: The Role Of Actors In Distributed Architecture." With a passion for teaching and evolving his software engineering skills, Hug

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