Unison is a new programming paradigm for building distributed systems. Unison lets you treat any pool of distributed resources like a single supercomputer, and provides a language in which to program this supercomputer simply and directly. The Unison runtime is written in Scala and runs on the Java Virtual Machine. This talk will introduce the Unison language, its type system, runtime, and developer experience, as well as the core ideas that make it uniquely well suited to programming distributed systems.
You will learn about the Unison language and its JVM-based runtime.
You will learn how Unison lets you program a huge network of computers as simply and directly as a single machine.