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"Reactive for the Impatient" (a survey of 4 popular Java-based Reactive tools + frameworks: RxJava, Spring Reactor, Akka, Vert.x),

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"Enterprise Hybrid mobile app on a Cloud Native backend (IBM cloud-based)".

Speaker Mary Grygleski is a software engineer and developer advocate with IBM.

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