My guess would be that fibers and blocking-style programming will be used for sequential, "everyday" business logic. However, when it comes to orchestrating concurrently running processes, the reified / lifted version, that is working with `Future`s and the like, will be superior. But we'll see. First of all, we'll see if and when Loom will be integrated into Java :)

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Adam Warski

Software engineer, Functional Programming and Scala enthusiast, SoftwareMill co-founder

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