This week in #Scala (11/01/2013)

Welcome to another edition of #ThisWeekInScala.

I’d like to begin with an introduction to the Scala Improvement Process or SIP for short.  Martin Odersky encouraged participation during his keynote at the Scala eXchange towards the end of last year. There’s a useful page showing completed and pending requests known as SIPs and it’s open to all.  If you’ve been using Scala for some time and think there’s a missing language feature, or something that needs tweaking, make it known!

Onto this week’s roundup…

New Stuff

Old Stuff

This week I offer you an academic paper by Martin Odersky and Ingo Maier about functional reactive programming, where the widely used Observer Pattern is challenged:

Blogs & Tutorials

And yes, Cake is still looking for Scala developers for a growing number of exciting projects.  Come to the UK and work with us!

That’s all folks.  Have a great week. Remember you can get in touch with me directly via email or message me on twitter (@ChrisCundill) with any Scala news, events or content.

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