Reactive currently is one of the most trendy buzzword in the technology world
Reactive is a word widely used as prefix for “System” and “Programming” to describe two very different matter
However as IT consultant and reactive sponsor I have had a lot of discussion about it, but essentially the main question is always the same:
Q: What does mean reactive ?
and immediately after:
Q: Why I have to use reactive ?
Even if there are a lot of professional articles that try to explain in exhaustive way the reactive system , reactive programming and/or both the questions still…
I’ve released a new version of Slides on TV the app that make easy and comfortable (from your sofa) to watch the presentations on your TV (for details please refers to my previous post Watch presentations on Apple TV — Here is SlidesOnTV)
The main feature included in this release the “Favourites Management” with the possibility to:
Lately i’ve conducted a meet-up at DevDay, an Italian Developer Community, to present the Reactive Programming Paradigm and Reactive Extension.
I believe in this approach and would like to share my experience, so I’ve presented a “slide deck” (embed at the end) and below is reported its summary.
I’ve briefly introduced the Reactive Manifesto, underlining which are, in my opinion, the most important concepts coming out from it:
Why the Reactive Systems are becoming so important in the modern age of the Microservices & Cloud ?
In this part I have introduced the…
Initially I approached reactive paradigm like a kid that open the gift box with a new and unknown toy, mostly fascinated by the technological wave that carried with it a lot of “new” stuff like: functional programming, stream/event oriented programming, backpressure, “callback hell” solver.
But as always “all that glitters ain’t…
I’ve fixed it, committed and published to NPM the new release of plugin.
I was happy for contribution and also because I had quickly answered to the request, but, after a while, I received the following comment on such issue:
Changes look good.
Fyi to reference an issue in a commit message you should use the syntax fixes #10 instead, so that the commit will actually be referenced in the issue feed.
So … I forgotten to comment, in the right way, the related commit and I have…