Going Reactive with Kotlin and Coroutines
Already on the Cloud? What's next? Is reactive the next big thing? Let's discuss how to build reactive systems using Kotlin and Coroutines.
Topics covered in the video:
1. What is reactive and why go Reactive now (benefits with cloud)?
2. Overview of Kotlin and Coroutines
3. Building reactive microservice by declarative design using Spring Boot
4. Understanding reactive stack for Kotlin
5. Discuss advantages of this stack over Java
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