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Carl and Richard talk to Matthew Podwysocki about the latest news around Reactive Extensions. Matthew starts out talking about how Reactive Extensions has moved into open source in a big way, with lots of cross platform support - .NET, JavaScript, C++, Ruby, Python, even Java itself! The conversation digs into the thinking around the reactive approach to development, dealing with massive streams of data and tying event trapping over it. Lots of great thinking about modern development concepts! Make sure you activate your Windows Azure credits in your MSDN Subscription! You could win an Aston Martin!

Matthew Podwysocki is a Principal Software Engineer at Microsoft on the DX/TED Team, Open Sourcerer and Rx Pusher. He currently works on the Thali Project, an open source platform for creating apps that exploit the power of personal devices and put people in charge of their data. He also works on the Reactive Extensions (Rx) on all platforms, focusing on all versions including .NET, JavaScript and others. He is a conference curator, frequent speaker at events, and is passionate about STEM/STEAM teaching the next generations how to code!

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Running Time 55 minutes      Date Tuesday, September 17, 2013     Comments Comments

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