ZIO World

The second edition of ZIO World brings together ZIO users and contributors to showcase the power, performance, and productivity of ZIO 2 and its broad-based maturing ecosystem. This year, we will gather in Malaga Spain, with remote attendance available for those unable to come in person.



John A. De Goes

Adam Fraser

Wiem Zine Elabidine

Andreas Gies

Dan Harris

Alexander Ioffe

Kit Langton

Julien Perrochet

Ruurtjan Pul

Jaroslav Regec

Pierre Ricadat

Jorge Vasquez

Daniel Vigovszky


march 11th, 2022
ZIO Workshop
10:00 AM CET
John A. De Goes
Lunch Break
1:00 PM CET
Introductory Remarks
2:30 PM CET
2:35 PM CET
Shubham Girdhar
New Features and Improvements in ZIO Config
2:50 PM CET
Afsal Thaj
Querying Like It's Tomorrow
3:05 PM CET
Alexander Ioffe
A Prelude of Purity: Scaling Back ZIO
3:20 PM CET
Jorge Vasquez
ZIO Insight
3:35 PM CET
Andreas Gies
3:50 PM CET
Kit Langton
Beautiful Domain Logic
4:05 PM CET
Pierre Ricadat
What’s New in Caliban?
4:20 PM CET
Pierre Ricadat
Using ZIO Schedule and Ref for Background Processing
4:35 PM CET
Ruurjtan Paul
4:50 PM CET
Jaroslav Regec
Who Cares About Consistency? Let Prefetching Simplify Your Life: Stuff is in RAM or it Does Not Exist
5:05 PM CET
Julien Perrochet
Monitoring the ZIO Ecosystem
5:25 PM CET
Bill Frasure
Book Your Spot and ZIO!
5:40 PM CET
Wiem Zine Elabidine
The Importance of Statically Typed Errors
5:55 PM CET
Lachlan O'Dea
Creating Declarative Query Plans With ZIO Schema
6:10 PM CET
Dan Harris
ZIO Parser
6:25 PM CET
Daniel Vigovszky
ZIO as a Language
6:40 PM CET
Michael Arnaldi
ZIO, Caliban and Pulsar - Providing Events from Backend to Frontend
6:55 PM CET
Terry Drozdowski
ZIO Lambda
7:10 PM CET
Jerome Samson
Closing Remarks
7:25 PM CET
John A. De Goes


ZIO World is free to attend for all ZIO users, contributors, and evangelists. To attend ZIO World, you must register for a ticket.

If you are a ZIO user, send a pull request (github.com/zio/zio) to add your company to the ZIO website, and then email us for the registration link. If you are a ZIO contributor, then email us any contribution you made to an open source project that supports or uses ZIO, and we will send you the registration link. If you are a ZIO evangelist, then email us a link to an article, video, or podcast in which you explain or advocate for ZIO.

If you are not a ZIO user, contributor, or evangelist, you may attend by purchasing a ticket on Eventbrite.