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John A De Goes
Entrepreneur, functional programmer, OSS contributor, speaker. Work hard, stay positive, and live fearlessly. 🏴‍☠️🦄🏳️‍🌈 Support me:
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John A De Goes Nov 4
As a non-profit community event, Functional Scala 2019 is tight on space, but if you planned to speak at Scala Exchange, please reach out & I'll do my best to make room for you at FS2019! (Yes, even if you were talking OOP/actors/etc. ALL of Scala is welcome.)
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John A De Goes 1h
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With hundreds of contributors, hundreds of active developers in the ZIO Discord, and a lively and organic StackOverflow community, you get all the support necessary to deploy ZIO into production.
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ZIO is out-of-the-box interoperable with Future (bidirectional conversion) and all Cats Effect libraries, and has a rapidly growing ecosystem of ZIO native libraries, ZIO videos, ZIO blog posts, and ZIO meetups and hackathons.
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Future and other effect systems force you to rely on `println` to figure out what steps lead to a failure, or why some part of an app hangs. ZIO tells you exactly what's going on using familiar machinery inspired by threads.
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As presented today, ZIO just got some features the Scala async world has NEVER seen before, including: - fiber dumps, the analogue of thread dumps - details on which fibers interrupted which fibers - details on which fibers await other fibers Time to upgrade! 😉
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Also: take a look at my Patreon—you get newsletters with upcoming talks and trainings, and some tiers even include ALL trainings for free!
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Flavio W. Brasil 4h
Likewise! Looking forward to seeing even more ZIO awesomeness 😎
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It looks red and shiny and responds well to cipro. Duh!
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Salar Rahmanian 4h
Thank you all who attended our talk 🙏 Thank you for being awesome and helping me talk a long side you, learn and contribute to
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John A De Goes 5h
😱 Ah crap... that sucks. Well, I'll be back out in early 2020.
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John A De Goes 5h
I've been thinking about that recently... let's chat more at ! 🛫
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Flavio W. Brasil 6h
Great work! I spoke to Salar after the talk. Another problem with async code is profiling since JVM profilers are stack-based. ZIO now has a unique opportunity to be the first solution to provide decent profiling of async code on the JVM
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John A De Goes 6h
Jam-packed, standing room-only showing for this talk, and phenomenal questions from a great crowd of experienced devs! 🎉 Congratulations to my co-presenter who crushed it in his first conference talk ever, & thanks to and !
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Ethan Morgan 13h
Scala Reddit does not disappoint
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John A De Goes 10h
As of yesterday 💪
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John A De Goes 10h
No: jstack
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Itamar Ravid 11h
I used this feature last night to debug a nasty deadlock. Incredibly useful and game-changing for effect systems in Scala. Don't miss the talk!
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John A De Goes 12h
Come to my talk at 11am with at , and discover game-changing new features in ZIO that help you troubleshoot problems in async, concurrent applications.
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Salar Rahmanian 12h
I'm excited to speak at Scale By the Bay 2019 with the one and only
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😂
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