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2016/04/21(木) 19:00 開催
東京都 西新宿五丁目

第26回Reactive Design Patterns読書会@西新宿

基本情報

日 時: 2016/04/21(木) 19:00 〜 22:00
会 場: TIS株式会社
住 所: 東京都新宿区西新宿8-17-1(住友不動産新宿グランドタワー14F)

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開催概要

「Reactive Design Patterns(Roland Kuhn and Jamie Allen著)」の読書会26回目です。

進め方

  • 事前に読書会のターゲットとなるページを読んでおく。
  • 当日は自分の担当ページ※の要約(or翻訳)をシェアしてみんなでディスカッションする。
    • ※担当ページは読書会の最後に決める
  • 発表の方法はプレゼン形式でもテキストでもOK。
  • 最後に次回分の要約を次回参加可能な人で割り振る。
  • 1回20ページ程度のペースで進めてみて、ペースは参加者に合わせて調整して行く。

今回のターゲットと分担

  • PART 3: Patterns
    • 14 Resource Management
      • 14.3 The Complex Command Pattern
        • 14.3.2 Applying the Pattern
          • USING A DOMAIN SPECIFIC LANGUAGE ... @jkugiya
        • 14.3.3 The Pattern Revisited
        • 14.3.4 Applicability
      • 14.4 The Resource Pool Pattern ... @y_think
        • 14.4.1 The Problem Setting
        • 14.4.2 Applying the Pattern
        • 14.4.3 The Pattern Revisited ... @yugolf
        • 14.4.4 Implementation Considerations
      • 14.5 Patterns for Managed Blocking
        • 14.5.1 The Problem Setting
        • 14.5.2 Applying the Pattern ... @negokaz
        • 14.5.3 The Pattern Revisited
        • 14.5.4 Applicability ... @jkugiya
      • 14.6 Summary

想定参加者

  • Reactive Design Patterns を一緒に読んでみたい方
  • Reactive Systemの実現方法を学びたい方
  • リアクティブ仲間と話したい方
  • 途中参加も可能

用意していただくもの

タイムテーブル

時間 内容
19:00 開場
19:15~19:30 読書会の説明、自己紹介
19:30~22:00 まとめてきた内容をシェア&ディスカッション

今後の開催予定

  • 読み終わるまで毎週木曜日に開催する予定です。

これまでの読書会

読書会 内容
#1 PART 1: INTRODUCTION
# 1 An Illustrated Example
#2 # 2 Why Reactive?
## 2.1 Systems and their Users
## 2.2 Reacting to Users
#3 ## 2.3 Reacting to Failure
## 2.4 Reacting to Load
#4 ## 2.5 Reacting to Inputs
## 2.6 How does this Change the Way We Program?
## 2.7 Summary
# 3 Tools of the Trade
## 3.1 The Impact of Choosing Non-Reactive Tools
#5 ## 3.2 Functional Programming
## 3.3 Responsiveness to Users
## 3.4 Implementations That Support Reactive
#6 悪天候のため中止
#7 ## 3.4 Implementations That Support Reactive
PART 2: The Philosophy in natshell
# 4 Message Passing
## 4.1 Synchronous vs. Asynchronous
## 4.2 Event-Based vs. Message-Based
## 4.3 Flow Control
#8 ## 4.4 Delivery Guarantees
## 4.5 Vertical Scalability
## 4.6 Events as Messages
## 4.7 Synchronous Message Passing
## 4.8 Summary
#9 # 5 Location Transparency
#10 # 6 Divide and Conquer
# 7 Principled Failure Handling
#11 # 8 Delimited Consistency
## 8.1 Encapsulated Modules to the Rescue
## 8.2 Grouping Data and Behavior According to Transaction Boundaries
## 8.3 Modeling Work-flows across Transactional Boundaries
## 8.4 Unit of Failure = Unit of Consistency
#12 ## 8.5 Segregation of Responsibilities
## 8.6 Persisting Isolated Scopes of Consistency
## 8.7 Summary
# 9 Non-Determinism by Need
## 9.1 Logic Programming and Declarative Data-Flow
## 9.2 Functional Reactive Programming
#13 ## 9.3 Shared-Nothing Concurrency
## 9.4 Shared-State Concurrency
## 9.5 So, What Should We Do?
## 9.6 Summary
# 10 Message Flow
## 10.1 Push Data Forward
## 10.2 Model the Processes of Your Domain
## 10.3 Identify Resilience Limitations
#14 ## 10.4 Estimate Rates and Deployment Scale
## 10.5 Plan for Flow Control
## 10.6 Summary for Part 2
# 11 Testing Reactive Applications
## 11.1 How To Test
## 11.2 Test Environment
#15 ## 11.3 Testing Asynchronously
### 11.3.1 Providing Blocking Message Receivers
### 11.3.2 The Crux with Choosing Timeouts
### 11.3.3 Asserting the Absence of a Message
### 11.3.4 Providing Synchronous Execution Engines
#16 ### 11.3.5 Providing Synchronous Execution Engines
### 11.3.6 Fully Asynchronous Tests
### 11.3.7 Asserting the Absence of Asynchronous Errors
## 11.4 Testing Non-Deterministic Systems
### 11.4.1 The Trouble with Execution Schedules
### 11.4.2 Testing Distributed Components
### 11.4.3 Mocking Actors
#17 ### 11.4.4 Distributed Components
## 11.5 Testing Elasticity
## 11.6 Testing Resilience
## 11.7 Testing Responsiveness
## 11.8 Summary
#18 # 12 Fault Tolerance and Recovery Patterns
## 12.1 The Simple Component Pattern
## 12.2 The Error Kernel Pattern
#19 ## 12.3 The Let-It-Crash Pattern
## 12.4 The Circuit Breaker Pattern
## 12.5 Summary
# 13 Replication
#20 ## 13.1 The Active–Passive Replication Pattern
### 13.1.1 The Problem Setting
### 13.1.2 Applying The Pattern
### 13.1.3 The Pattern Revisited
### 13.1.4 Applicability
#21 ## 13.2 Multiple-Master Replication Patterns
### 13.2.1 Consensus-Based Replication
### 13.2.2 Replication with Conflict Detection and Resolution
#22 ### 13.2.3 Conflict-Free Replicated Data Types
## 13.3 The Active–Active Replication Pattern
### 13.3.1 The Problem Setting
### 13.3.2 Applying The Pattern
#23 ### 13.3.3 The Pattern Revisited
### 13.3.4 The Relation to Virtual Synchrony
## 13.4 Summary
#24 # 14 Resource Management
## 14.1 Resource Encapsulation Pattern
#25 ## 14.2 Resource Loan Pattern
## 14.3 The Complex Command Pattern
### 14.3.1 The Problem Setting
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