Welcome to 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 happenings...
- Event - Machine Learning & Apache Spark - Introduction and case study, we're organizing interesting event
- Type classes and generic derivation, great article by Travis Brown
- I'd like also shed a light on Parallec.io, Fast parallel async HTTP/SSH/TCP/Ping client java library based on Akka
- Also maybe you don't Nyaya, random Data Generation and/or Property Testing in Scala & Scala.JS
- Google decided to open-source their ML library, maybe you find it interesting - TensorFlow: smarter machine learning, for everyone
- Another very interesting SIP deserves an attention - Unsigned integer data types
- Valentin Kasas wrote nice Shapeless related articles
- Also Adrian Colyer published interesting posts:
- SBT Tricks, helpful post by Richard Dallaway
- Closing the Open Door of Java Object Serialization, Java related but still very interesting post by Will Sargent
- DataStax Enterprise 4.8.2 is now available
- Just released sbt native packager 1.0.5
- ScalikeJDBC 2.3.0 is out
- We just released Cats 0.3.0
- macro-compat-1.1.0 just released, now with MiMa checks
- Version 0.1.4 of Tabulate (previously scala-csv) now available, with much improved, type class based parsing
- export-hook-1.1.0 released. Now with fine-grained instance bundling and reexport
- xsbt-web-plugin 2.0.5 is out
That’s all folks. You can get in touch with me directly via email or on Twitter(@petr_zapletal) with any Scala news or content. Tip: Tweet about your content using hashtag #Scala.
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Also if you are interested in the latest Devops news you can check Laura's blog post: This week in #DevOps (10/11/2015)