James Strachan - The Future of Camel:
James tells the history of Camel, it’s wide adoption, and where it is headed in the future. He will also introduce and...
0 replies - 5210 views - 09/09/11 by Brandon Nokes in Uncategorized
Based on proven integration design patterns, Apache Camel handles the ‘plumbing’ issues, so that software architects can direct more of their attention...
0 replies - 4213 views - 09/09/11 by Brandon Nokes in Uncategorized
My favorite feature in the JUnit are Rules.
With Rules you can manipulate the execution of your test, by wrapping
your own code around the test execution. I...
0 replies - 3579 views - 08/29/11 by Jens Schauder in Articles
Just watched Howard Lewis Ship’s Clojure: Towards The Essence Of Programming,
which is an excellent introduction to Clojure and how it addresses...
2 replies - 5464 views - 08/28/11 by kent tong in Articles
Scala is one of the coolest programming languages out there and Lift is
a revolutionary web framework that really leverages many scala features.But it can be...
2 replies - 7448 views - 08/26/11 by Andrew Salvadore in Articles
The every? function in Clojure is very helpful for determining if every element of a list passes a predicate. From the docs:Usage: (every? pred...
0 replies - 3943 views - 08/24/11 by Jay Fields in Articles
Today I ran into a common situation: I needed to split a list into 2
sublists - elements that passed a predicate and elements that failed a
1 replies - 4818 views - 08/24/11 by Jay Fields in Articles
I recently needed to update all of the values of map, and couldn't find an individual function in clojure.core
that did the trick. Luckily, implementing an...
0 replies - 4994 views - 08/22/11 by Jay Fields in Articles
How’s a method different from a function in Scala?
A method can appear in an expression as an internal value (to be
called with arguments) but it can’t...
0 replies - 6346 views - 08/22/11 by kent tong in Articles
One of the many cool features in Scala are traits. traits are like a
mixture of abstract classes and interfaces: You can ‘implement’ as many
of them as...
0 replies - 4899 views - 08/22/11 by Jens Schauder in Articles
There’s a better place to specifically look at performance comparisons across languages than this post – The computer languages benchmarks game.
3 replies - 12768 views - 08/17/11 by Dhananjay Nene in Articles
Wanting to explore Scala and some new Scala/Java libraries I started writing ElasticMQ. It is a simple message queueing system, following closely Amazon SQS
0 replies - 4284 views - 08/17/11 by Adam Warski in Articles
Scala 2.9 introduced parallel collections,
which mirror most of the existing collections with a parallel version.
Collections that have been parallelized...
2 replies - 5568 views - 08/16/11 by Cedric Beust in Articles
Since Clojure is one of my favourite programming languages, I
took a chance and used the brand new ClojureScript on a small project.
I was sceptical...
0 replies - 6246 views - 08/15/11 by Felix Dahlke in Articles
Some people advocate their preferred language as the only way to
enlightenment and productivity boosts way in the two digit percentage
range compared to...
3 replies - 5575 views - 08/15/11 by Jens Schauder in Articles
A couple of colleagues and I were having an interesting discussion
this afternoon about the visibility of functions which are mixed into an
object from a...
1 replies - 3034 views - 08/15/11 by Mark Needham in Articles
We’re using WebDriver on my project to automate our functional tests and as a result are using the Page Object pattern to encapsulate each page of the...
0 replies - 4281 views - 08/10/11 by Mark Needham in Articles
The problem with equals() is that it is difficult to get it right. For
example, for a simple class Foo, you may write the equals() method as: class Foo(val...
2 replies - 5745 views - 08/08/11 by kent tong in Articles
The other day I stumbled upon Clojure's memfn macro.The
memfn macro expands into code that creates a fn that expects to be
passed an object and any args...
0 replies - 4243 views - 08/03/11 by Jay Fields in Articles
It seems a trend has caught on and
accelerated recently: every organization worth his salt in the Java
ecosystem feels the need to create its own language...
3 replies - 5797 views - 08/01/11 by Nicolas Frankel in Articles