Concurrent Data Processing in Elixir (Pragmatic)
Monday, 13 September 2021

This book covers different ways of writing concurrent code in Elixir and increase application performance, without sacrificing scalability or fault-tolerance. Svilen Gospodinov covers topics such as which Supervisor and what strategy to use? What about GenServer? Maybe you need back-pressure, but is GenStage, Flow, or Broadway a better choice? The book covers tasks, supervision trees, and the different types of supervisors available to developers, along with why processes and process linking are the building blocks of concurrency in Elixir, the OTP and how to use the GenServer behaviour to maintain process state for long-running jobs.

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Author: Svilen Gospodinov
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
Date: August 2021
Pages: 176
ISBN: 978-1680508192
Print: 1680508199
Audience: Developers interested in Elixir
Level: Intermediate
Category: Other Languages

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