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...
- Let's start with our contributions:
- Check out Scala Center project updates: mid-Oct to mid-Nov
- Practical Awesome Recursion - Ch 01: Fixpoints by David
- A Cameo that is worth an Oscar by Riccardo
- Li wrote another great post - So, what's wrong with SBT?
- Say hello to Wookiee, a Scala based lightweight service framework using Akka and other popular technologies
- Check out new sbt-tmpfs: sbt plugin to speed up development by using tmpfs (RAM filesystem)
- Not Scala related but found it interesting - Grafana vs. Kibana: How to Get the Most Out of Your Data Visualization
- This one is also cool - Autoscaling Pub/Sub Consumers
- And for streaming positivive ppl - Looking Ahead to Apache Flink 1.4.0 and 1.5.0
- AWS introduced the Amazon ML Solutions Lab
- A new Byzantine agreement protocol, cryptographic sortition, and the Algorand blockchain nice summary by Adrian
- Canopy is Facebook's end to end stack for performance tracing and analysis, that has been in prod. for the past two years
- Akka 2.5.7 was released
- Released akka-stream-kafka 0.18 for Akka 2.5.7
- scalafix v0.5.6 is out many improvements to linting and docs
- New Finch release (with experimental circe printing optimizations) for Finagle 17.11
- Apache Apex Malhar (the Apex library) 3.8.0 released
- Quill 2.3.0 is available with support for case classes within quotations
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