In order to be successful with asynchronous programming when coming from synchronous execution models, you need to change your mindset and look at things from a slightly different perspective. In order to use Akka at it's best, you will have to change the way you think about application design (loosen coupling in space and time between components), and re-think what you've maybe learned in the past.
In this talk targeted at Architects and Developers, Akka engineer Konrad Malawski bends your parameters with regards to application design and asynchronous execution models. We uncover a number of rules that serve as a guide in designing concurrent distributed applications, how those apply to Akka, and how they can help you in daily app development.
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