I’ve been looking at alternatives for java-style DI and DI containers
which would use pure Scala; a promising candidate is the Cake Pattern
0 replies - 7895 views - 05/03/11 by Adam Warski in Articles
Too much of programming is intimately tied up with the tools to support the development of the software.Example
1. I was told -- with absolute and fierce...
1 replies - 6715 views - 05/01/11 by Steven Lott in Articles
In December 2010, Brendan Eich talked about Mozilla’s new programming language called Rust
(that focuses on safety and concurrency, to replace C++ as...
1 replies - 7286 views - 05/01/11 by Axel Rauschmayer in Articles
is such a cool concept, very nice tool in your toolkit if you are
working on external DSLs. I've been...
0 replies - 5284 views - 04/28/11 by Surya Suravarapu in Articles
One of the most common reasons why software projects fail, or suffer unbearable delays, is the misunderstandings between the analysts who define the business...
7 replies - 12284 views - 04/18/11 by Mario Fusco in Articles
Microsoft has finally released a beta version of it's popular media plugin, Silverlight 5 Beta. Users can download the beta version off of Microsoft's site. ...
1 replies - 18946 views - 04/14/11 by Katie Mckinsey in Daily Dose
Those unfamiliar with Clojure are often interested in how you manage
changing state within your applications. If you've heard a few things
5 replies - 5974 views - 04/13/11 by Jay Fields in Articles
I've reached the 7th and final language of Bruce Tate's Seven Languages in Seven Weeks.
While some of the previous languages were functional with some...
2 replies - 3573 views - 04/06/11 by Wayne Adams in Articles
Welcome to the fifth in a
series of interviews dedicated to learning more about JetBrains
Development Academy Experts. This time we will interview Jonas...
5 replies - 17025 views - 04/05/11 by Václav Pech in Articles
Today I'm reviewing the discussion of Clojure from Bruce Tate's Seven Languages in Seven Weeks.
Clojure is Lisp on the Java virtual machine. Lisp is...
1 replies - 3397 views - 04/05/11 by Wayne Adams in Articles
If you are just dropping in on me, I'm reviewing Bruce Tate's Seven Languages in Seven Weeks,
with the slightly lazy (or aggressive, depending on your view)...
2 replies - 3505 views - 04/04/11 by Wayne Adams in Articles
Scala is the 4th language in Bruce Tate's Seven Languages in Seven Weeks.
It is the only language in this book with which I am already familiar,
0 replies - 4223 views - 04/02/11 by Wayne Adams in Articles
Prolog is the 3rd language covered in Bruce Tate's Seven Languages in Seven Weeks,
and is a declarative, rather than imperative, language. Prolog is not...
3 replies - 4322 views - 04/01/11 by Wayne Adams in Articles
Io is the 2nd language in Bruce Tate's Seven Languages in Seven Weeks.
Io is a prototyping language, where most of the mass exists in the
0 replies - 3660 views - 03/31/11 by Wayne Adams in Articles
When I decided to blow through "Seven Languages in Seven Weeks " in only
7 days, I had yet to read even the introduction to the book. I can
0 replies - 5800 views - 03/30/11 by Wayne Adams in Articles
I recently started learning Scala (you know when the New York Times
refers to Java as an "older" language, it's time to update!). As I've...
1 replies - 7048 views - 03/29/11 by Wayne Adams in Articles
I've recently joined a new team and we've been doing a bit of Clojure.
If you've never done Lisp (and I hadn't before I found Clojure) it's
natural to ask...
6 replies - 5263 views - 03/25/11 by Jay Fields in Articles
I have recently started work on Seph again. I preannounced it last summer (here),
then promply became extremely busy at work. Busy enough that I didn’t...
0 replies - 3953 views - 03/14/11 by Ola Bini in News
I recently needed to eval a string into Clojure and found it was easy,
but it wasn't accomplished in the way I expected. My recent experience
with eval was...
0 replies - 3944 views - 03/03/11 by Jay Fields in Articles
There has been quite a few inflamatory discussions in the twitterverse
and the blogosphere recently regarding some of the ultra-functional
0 replies - 3767 views - 03/02/11 by Debasish Ghosh in Articles