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Yurii Rashkovskii
Programmer, Entrepreneur, Spontaneous Type

Yurii has been using Erlang on and off since 2001 for commercial and open source projects, always returning to it from his endeavors with other platforms. Among other things, his open source Erlang work includes erlzmq2, beam.js, seqbind & exportie, proper_stdlib, evfs,, agner, epitest and EEP 39 implementation. Yurii also actively contributes to Elixir  (BEAM-based programming language, a meta-compiler for Erlang) and its ecosphere (expm, genx, cage, exn, relex and others). Yurii resides in Vancouver, British Columbia (Canada).

Twitter: @yrashk

Yurii Rashkovskii is Giving the Following Talks
Genomu: A Concurrency-Oriented Database

Genomu is a database implemented in Elixir ( and built on top of Riak Core stack that combines the idea of event sourcing, simple redis-like API and a conflict resolution technique based on log merging to enable highly fault tolerant operations.

Talk objectives: To show Riak Core and Elixir can be used to build a database engine and explore what kind of opportunities and tradeoffs Genomu can offer.

Target audience: Early adopters.