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Ian Griffiths Ian Griffiths

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The Reactive Extensions for .NET ("Rx" for short) are a set of libraries for working with asynchronous and event-based information sources. While Rx has become widely adopted in client-side code, its roots are in highly scalable server-side processing.

In this talk, Ian Griffiths shows why Rx should be a critical part of any .NET developer's toolbox, and shows a real-world application that illustrates how the powerful processing and orchestration facilities Rx provides can be applied to collect and process data in edge devices and then stream the high-value events to an Azure IoT hub for further analysis in the cloud.

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