Rx Learning Resources

I recently ran a workshop on Rx,¬†and as part of preparing I had to hunt down some useful resources for learning. I found that things had come a long way since the early days, when people mostly learned from videos of Wes Dyer, Jeff van Gogh and Bart de Smet drawing on whiteboards at Microsoft, and Lee Campbell’s blog.

Since the initial .Net release, a lot has changed for Rx – it’s become open source, and it’s now available for many platforms: .Net, Java, Javascript, plus quite a few more. It’s also being used and talked about by some big players outside Microsoft, like NetFlix (who are responsible for the RxJava port).

With all this new exposure, there are now a lot more resources for learning Rx. Here are some that I think are particularly useful.

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