Recently a very nice Haskell course on Future Learn has finished. It has been created at the University of Glasgow - the virtual birthplace of the Haskell language, where many of its original developers worked.
The machine learning pipelining API for Apache Spark was released in December 2014 in version 1.2 . The available resources , ,  or  only present the same simple examples. But how does it work in practice, what are the strengths and weaknesses and is ready for production use? This blog post will try to answer these questions.
Did you know that Scala is 10 years old today?! For some of us it may be a fairly recent discovery but lots of hard work and innovation has gone into making the language what it is today.
In other news, I will be passing on the responsibility for this roundup to my colleagues Marios & Jorge with effect from next week. This is necessary for me to fulfil project responsibilities. Thank you for being a great audience and faithfully looking out my posts. It's been a great journey maintaining this blog over the past year and a bit.
Welcome to another edition of #ThisWeekInScala. I'm back from holiday and getting back into the swing of things. Thanks again to Mark Harrison for keeping this roundup going. Here's the content I've managed to glean for you over the past week...