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Five Mistakes to Avoid in Reactive Java

How not to look like a noob.

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Reactive Java has been around for almost a decade now but I still see people that are struggling with it and, even worse, abusing it. So I thought I’d jot down the kinds of things I never want to see in a pull request.

1. Blocking




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Randal Kamradt Sr

Java software engineer for Coinme Inc. Artist and musician.

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