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...
- Twitter Open Sourced announced Reasonable Scala compiler: an experimental project focused on compilation speed
- Exploring Tagless Final pattern for extensive and readable Scala code, a great post by Patryk
- An introduction about why category theory in programming (why cats?)
- Check out quite new commercial add-on Thread Starvation Detector
- Deploying clustered Akka applications on Kubernetes another Lighbend newish Man page
- Deep networks beat human trained experts in the detection of arrhythmias
- Why Morningstar Moved to the Cloud: 97% Cost Reduction
- On the design of distributed programming models, another great piece my Adrien
- CHAMP: more efficient immutable collections for the JVM
- Just released version 2.5.0 of Lightbend Telemetry with support for akka-http metrics and OpenTracing
- Reactive Streams spec implementation for @Monix's new Iterant type
- fastparse 0.4.4 is out with support for scala native required no source file diffs, only build modifications
- scalatex 0.3.11 is out with support for sbt 1.0
- Re-release sbt-travisci 1.1.0 for sbt 1
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