Welcome to the new edition of #ThisWeekInScala!
This blog aims to keep you up to date with the latest news from the world of Scala and Reactive programming.
It has been a week since last time, so lets catch-up on the latest Scala & Reactive happenings...
- Solving Dynamic Programming problems using Functional Programming (Part 2) by our own Miguel
- And we're also preparing an event in NYC - Breaking the Glass Meetup - Women In Scala is happening! Wed 11th at 330 Hudson St. New York
- Awesome work by Adam Rosien! Great cheatsheets for both cats and scalaz
- A new sbt plugin! sbt-publish-more lets you publish to several repositories at the same time
- Heiko blogged about How the Actor Model in Akka and Akka Typed
- Patrik wrote an article about Akka Typed APIs for Distributed Data, Cluster Singleton and Sharding
- Neural color transfer between images
- Google Vizier: a service for black-box optimization
- Ripple: The Most (Demonstrably) Scalable Blockchain
- Cleaning of input data for ML has to be done with great care, ActiveClean helps you avoid some of the pitfalls
- What do SQL statements really mean, and how can we prove RDBMS query rewrites are safe? Until now, we couldn't...
- Pinterest uses Kafka Streams API to provide the best experience to our ad partners
- Play 2.6.6 released, now with sbt 1 support
- Lagom 1.3.9 is released!
- new major specs2 version: 4.0.0
- Quicklens 1.4.11: modify Either fields using .eachLeft/.eachRight
- sbt-jacoco 3.0.2 released with fixes for multi-project builds & integration tests
- sbt-findbugs (formerly findbugs4sbt) 2.0.0 released with sbt 1.0 support
- sbt-microsites upgraded to tut 0.5.5 in 0.7.3 released yesterday
- sbt-cpd (formerly cpd4sbt) 2.0.0 released with sbt 1.0 support
- Apache Cassandra 2.1.19 and 2.2.11 have been released!
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