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Friday, August 14 • 1:30pm - 2:10pm
Play Webapp Architecture, Shiny Objects, and a Modest Proposal

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ScalaCourses.com has been serving online Scala and Play training material to students for over two years. ScalaCourses.com teaches courses on the same technology stack that the web site runs on. The Cadenza application that powers ScalaCourses.com is a Play Framework 2 application, written in Scala and using Akka, Slick, AWS and Postgres. Some of the architectural features in Cadenza that allow a modest-sized Play application to serve large amounts of multimedia data efficiently will be discussed, including  technical details of how to work with an immutable domain model that can be modified. Over the last 2+ years the underlying technology has changed a lot; a brief history of Play Framework will be recounted, and how that impacted Cadenza. The session will conclude with a proposal regarding Play Framework's future.

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Michael Slinn

Managing Editor, ScalaCourses.com
Mike Slinn is the architect and lead developer of Cadenza. He co-ordinates the ScalaCourses.com instructors as well as being a major contributor to the Scala / Play courses provided through ScalaCourses.com. Mike has written 3 books, including "Composable Futures With Akka 2.0". Mike... Read More →

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Friday August 14, 2015 1:30pm - 2:10pm
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