Programming for real-world problems can be complex but if you introduce ZIO, the purely functional library, you can solve all these problems.
At Scala in the City, Scala Engineer, Wiem Zine Elabidine, walked us through how to build a control system for a functional idea. Interested to know how it worked? Check out her talk.
Thanks again for coming along Wiem!
ZIO in the Real World
Purely functional libraries like ZIO can help you build high-performance, concurrent applications that don’t have deadlocks, don’t leak resources and can solve complex problems using purely functional code. In this talk, Wiem will walk you through how to build a control system for the elevators at a fictional hotel, H&A Hotel.
You’ll learn how to use basic control structures like Ref, Queue, STM and ZIO to build real-world software.