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This week in #Scala (16/06/2014)

Posted by Marios Papasofokli

16/06/14 11:52

Welcome to another edition of #ThisWeekInScala!

A very exciting week since it's the Scala Days 2014 one!  Also today BoldRadius, Cake Solutions and Chariot Solutions announced the launch of the Reactive Alliance!

Starting with a video where Martin Odersky is being interviewed

Ensime is the ENhanced Scala Interaction Mode for Emacs, are you interested to make it better ? Check this out!

Lets catch-up on the latest Scala happenings...

New Stuff

  • Scala and Play 2.0 Intellij Plugins Update 0.38.437 is out with many enhancements like:
    • Better import management
    • Faster and more user-friendly Scala worksheets
    • Extract Trait refactoring
    • Extract Method refactoring improved and
    • More inspections for collections
  • Scala.js 0.5.0 was announced! It is the final release of Scala.js 0.5.0. This version is a major milestone towards the maturity of Scala.js, probably the most important release since its very first prototype
  • Skinny Framework 1.1.0 is out, Skinny 1.1 APIs are basically compatible with Skinny 1.0 though the release includes basic dependencies' major upgrades. All the features should be kept since 1.0.18
  • A new Scaldi website with plenty of documentation and new shiny design was announced
  • Parboiled 2.0.0 final is out, it improves upon parboiled 1.x in many ways, most importantly parsing performance and DSL flexibility

Events

  • Scala by the Bay, during August 8th and 9th 2014, early bird tickets are available until July 2nd

Old Stuff

  • How to wield Scala in the trenches, a presentation by Josh Suereth at Devoxx 2013
  • A playful angle to web development a blog post by Henri Koskenranta
  • ScalaDC (Scala + Lift + Angular) is Magic, a presentation by Doug Roper

Blogs & Tutorials 

  • Reactive Queue with Akka Reactive Streams, a very interesting blog post by Adam Warski
  • Groups, Semi-Groups and Monoids in Scalding, a post by Kaushik Rangadurai
  • Play Framework, Server Sent Events and Internet Explorer, a blog post by Matthias Nehlsen
  • Reactive DDD with Akka - lesson 3 (Projections), a blog post by Paweł Kaczor
  • Cluster-wide Java/Scala application deployments with Docker, Chef and Amazon OpsWorks, another blog post by Adam Warski
  • Haskell for Scala Developers, a blog post by Chris Neveu
  • Partitioning by constructor, a blog post by Travis Brown
  • Akka Clustering and Remoting: Application Scaling, a new blog post by our own Carl Pulley
  • A Year of Functional Programming, a blog post by David Barri

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That’s all folks. You can get in touch with me directly via email or on Twitter (@mpapasofokli) with any Scala news or content. Tip: Tweet about your content using hashtag #Scala.

Topics: Scala, Akka, PlayFramework, play 2.0, Scala Days 2014

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