Senior Java Developer @ Zoomdata

Building a Reactive DB driver with R2DBC

Reactive programming is popular nowadays. We have Spring WebFlux for high-performance web-applications and Spring Cloud for reactive messaging solutions. Now, we are tackling the last frontier where blocking approaches are still winning: database access. During this talk, we are going to implement our own reactive database driver and use it for accessing data via Reactive Spring Data.

45min
UA
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