Welcome to another week in #Scala. We’ve a fair few articles specially lined up this week. along with a number of project releases.
Take your time and most of all, Enjoy.
Scalaz 7.0.0-M1 Almost a year in the making, version 7 of Scalaz has reached its first milestone release! Check out the highlights.
IntelliJ IDEA has just announced Play 2.0 support with this Alpha version.
Mybatis For Scala Beta2 Released
Typesafe Console 1.1-M4 is the latest milestone of Typesafe’s enterprise-grade dashboard for monitoring applications built on the Typesafe Stack (Scala, Akka, and Play!).
Blogs and Tutorials
- David Andrzejewski (@davidandrzej) of Sumo Logic presents a number of nifty tricks in Scala at Sumo: grab bag of tricks
- Another Sumo Logic engineer, Russell Cohen, gives tips on writing performant Scala to solve Big Data problems in 3 Tips for Writing Performant Scala
- In Re-thinking tail calls in Scala, RaymondTay (@RaymondTayBL) discusses tail recursion from an exclusively Scala perspective.
- There’s nothing quite like shameless self-advertising! For a prime example, check out this little DZone article: Spring Data Neo4j from Scala.
- Debasish Ghosh (@debasishg) delves into Property based testing for domain models using ScalaCheck.
- Catch up with Erik Rozendaal’s (@erikrozendaal) sequel post Simple event sourcing – consistency (part 2).
- We’ve a set of slides from Jeremy Pierre (@j14159) on Scalable Event-Based Systems which follows on nicely from our event-sourcing article.
- Diego Medina (@fmpwizard) details how to Dynamically add fields to a Lift application.
- Chris Turner (@skipoleschris) presents a fun little whiteboard animation in Map, Flatten and FlatMap. (This isn’t from the last week, but it’s really good!)
- Vikas Hazrati (@vhazrati) shares a little insight in Providing a “Sign-in with Twitter” functionality using Scala.
- And in case you were worried it wasn’t going to show, here’s this week’s dosage of scalaz: How to generate the power set of a set in Scala!
- Dan Rosen (@mergeconflict) makes us think about composition and monads in Reading Your Future. This just might be my highlight of the week!
Have a great weekend and remember you can directly get in touch with me via email or message me on twitter (@AmarettoAndCode) with any Scala news!