Going Asynchronous with Play!

Michael Seid's talk is all about building a web service for the common man. While a lot of the presentations at NE Scala focus on large scale optimizations, Michael takes a step back and uses the Play! Framework (v2) as a practical place to start.
The talk uses Scala and Play! to manufacture a system capable of performing massive computations, quickly, with less blocking of resources. Michael shows us the code, and the advantages, behind the Play! framework.
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Published March 25, 2013