One ring to rule them all
Status: submitted
Section: Full talk (35/45 minutes)
Technical level: Intermediate
Votes: +17
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Abstract
My team has worked with reactive tech stack for more than a year. It is not painful at all and even pleasant, even though we are not from the world of Android. I have collected in one report all the accumulated experience and the practices developed by us, in order to make life easier for the reactive juniors who start their way and to discover something new to already experienced Rx adepts. In the talk, I will buster the myth about the difficult debugging and the high threshold of entry, give a brief overview of the architectural solutions, share our approaches, and the cherry on the cake will be the answer to the question "Why Rx?"
And let the curtain of magic dissolve around reactive programming!
Speaker bio
I'm Anton Nazarov, an iOS developer from Saint-Petersburg.
I've been developing apps for the last 3 years including Macys, Bloomingdale's and Divy Rewards. I also contribute to RxSwift and RxSwiftCommunity being a big fan of reactive and functional programming.
I enjoy giving tech talks on conferences such as AppsConf, Cocoaheads or DevFest
You can find my articles for HackerNoon and Flawless app on Medium - @MortyMerr
Links
My medium articles - https://medium.com/flawless-app-stories/will-combine-kill-rxswift-64780a150d89
My previous talk - https://youtu.be/b0aCv7rlKx4
CocoaHeads, Saint-Petersburg, 2019 - RxFlow in navigation - https://vk.com/cocoaheadsrussia?w=wall-119039957_257
AppsConf, Moscow, 2019 - Reactive coordinators - http://appsconf.ru/moscow/2019/abstracts/4410
AppsConf, Moscow, 2019 - Are you surely a mentor? - http://appsconf.ru/moscow/2019/abstracts/4801
Grid Mobile Meetup, Saint-Petersburg, 2019 - Will Combine kill RxSwift? - https://vk.com/griddynamics?w=wall-90905308_912
IT Global Meetup, 2019 - Are you surely a mentor? - https://vk.com/cocoaheadsrussia?w=wall-119039957_278