Asynchronous Programming with Scala’s Future & Promises


In this presentation, we are going to discuss about Scala’s Future and Promise,their usage and Future composition and brief overview of Thread pool Executors.

About Satendra Kumar

Satendra kumar is the Senior Associate @ Sapient Global Market. In his 5 years of experience he has become developer with proven experience in architecting and developing the Reactive Systems and Big Data Platform with Scala, Akka, Spark, Kafka & Hadoop. He is the big fan of Scala. Satendra has a B.Tech in Computer Engineering from Uttar Pradesh Technical University.
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5 Responses to Asynchronous Programming with Scala’s Future & Promises

  1. Promise pipelining should be distinguished from parallel asynchronous message passing. The relative latency advantage of pipelining becomes even greater in more complicated situations involving many messages.

  2. Pingback: Getting Asynchronous in Scala : Part 1 (Future, Callbacks, Combinators etc.) | Knoldus

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