About the Scala Meetup vol.2

For all the Scala lovers out there: Since the last virtual meetup was a success in bringing multiple European meetup groups together, here comes another one! In this online edition, Adam Fraser will discuss how to transform codes with ZIO Environment using Aspects, and Sahil Anand from commercetools will give an insight into building and maintaining a multi-tenant SaaS product.

The meetup will take place online via GoToWebinar on the 24th of September, 2020 at 19:00 GMT+2.


Agenda

19:00 - 19:30: "Multi-Tenancy at Scale" by Sahil Anand, commercetools
19:30 - 19:45: Q&A
19:45 - 20:45: "Using Aspects to transform your codes with ZIO Environment" by Adam Fraser
20:45 - 21:00: Q&A

Registration

Thank you for your interest in our second Scala Meetup. If you want to participate, you can register below. 

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Speakers and Topics

Sahil's talk – "Multi-Tenancy at Scale"
Building a SaaS architecture to cater thousands of tenants is a challenging task ranging from designing, building, partitioning and maintaining the platform. In this small lightning talk, we will discuss factoring multi-tenant architecture into SaaS solutions, the downsides, its benefits to scale at commercetools. We will also discuss how to navigate a tenant in this architecture as well as being performant and fair for each tenant. The end goal is to see the benefits of having multi-tenancy and a sneak peek into its design and code.

Our Scala Engineer Andreas Drobisch's last talk about our platform was about Event Sourcing at Scale, watch here.

Adam's talk – "Using Aspects to transform your codes with ZIO Environment"
ZIO’s environment type and ZLayer have enabled a new way of using aspects to transform how code is executed. This capability has been used to great effect in libraries like ZIO Test and Caliban to provide incredible power to users with extremely clean ergonomics. However, the concept behind this use of aspects has not been discussed before. In this talk, Adam Fraser, one of the core contributors to ZIO and the author of ZIO Test, will describe how aspects can be used to transform any piece of code written with ZIO, show some of the power this gives us, and preview some of the things we can potentially expect in the future with this technique. Learn how you can use aspects to give yourself and your users super powers with the code you write!

About the Speakers

Sahil Anand commercetools Scala MeetUp 2

 

Sahil Anand
Part-time foodie and gamer, full-time technology and functional programming enthusiast who loves to develop and design secure, reliable, scalable, and performant software. Sahil started his Scala journey 3 years ago building Backend API and microservices at Spotcap, he has been with commercetools for a year now contributing to the core of their scalable SaaS commerce software.


Adam Fraser commercetools Scala MeetUp 2

 

Adam Fraser
Adam is a software engineer passionate about using the power of functional programming to solve hard business problems. He is one of the top contributors to ZIO, a library for asynchronous and concurrent programming in functional Scala. Adam is the co-author of the ZIO Test and the author of ZIO Query. He is a regular conference speaker, writer, and mentor to other software developers regarding functional programming.