It has been a pleasure to give a talk at JBCNConf, one of the biggest conferences about Java in Europe.
I’ve presented the work that we’ve been doing recently on reactive streams in Apache Camel, with a fancy introduction on the reactor pattern and a lot of reasoning on end-to-end backpressure.
I’ve been really happy to see my name in the “top 10” of speakers at the end of the conference. I feel that people liked the way I presented things, but this is also a confirmation that the reactive topic is hot and Camel is going in the right direction.
The slides are available here:
And here’s the recording: