gRPC with Scala and Swift

Nov 15, 2017 · Hamburg, Germany

Abstract

gRPC is a high performance, open-source universal RPC framework. A service definition can be simply created in Protocol Buffers. Libraries in a wide variety of languages are then automatically generating the interface objects based on the service definition. Also, gRPC is much faster as REST due to leveraging HTTP/2 and Protocol Buffers. This talk will first give an introduction into gRPC. Afterward, we will see gRPC in action by creating a Scala service and a Swift client in a live-coding session. 

Bio

Markus is a Technical Lead at MOIA. As Scala enthuisast his focus is to design and built distributed systems based on Akka and Lagom. He is a very active member of the German Scala community, co-organizing hackathons and user groups in Hamburg and Berlin. Markus is also the co-founder and former CTO of Y-Combinator funded startup.

Schedule

- 18:30 - 19:00 Get-together with vietnamese finger food and drinks

- 19:00 - 20:00 gRPC with Scala and Swift talk

- 20:00: Get-together with even more drinks

Technicalities

- The talk will be in English

- Accessibility: The meeting area is accessible by wheelchair (use the elevator)

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  • Scala Hamburg

    Scala Hamburg is all about the Scala language and everything around it, such as Akka, Play, sbt, etc. The regular gatherings can also include topics like functional programming, massively parallel computing, or JVM language landscape in general. You can submit talk ideas at https://github.com/scala-hamburg/scala-hamburg/issues Bottom line: This is where Scala enthusiasts from Northern Germany meet to discuss Scala, share experiences and network.  ======= Bei Scala Hamburg dreht sich alles um das Thema Scal

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