Scala is great for highly scalable,
component-based applications that support concurrency and distribution. It leverages aspects of object-oriented and...
4 replies - 24681 views - 01/21/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Here we go again—another year, another set of predictions revisited
and offered up for the next 12 months. And maybe, if I'm feeling really
5 replies - 10498 views - 01/05/10 by Ted Neward in News
Writing correct concurrent, fault-tolerant and scalable applications
is too hard. Most of the time it’s because we are using the wrong tools
and the wrong...
2 replies - 20674 views - 01/05/10 by Jonas Boner in Articles
If Oracle were to sell MySQL to a third-party, who would it be? Many thought Red Hat was the obvious choice with thier JBoss open source division. ...
0 replies - 13684 views - 11/14/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
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Scala has made a name for itself recently with the announcement in April that Twitter was in the process of converting their back-end from Ruby to Scala. The...
0 replies - 8100 views - 10/13/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
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The following instructions will show you how to get the Scala plug-in working on NetBeans with Windows XP. First, if you haven't done so already, you will need...
2 replies - 9673 views - 09/08/09 by Pierre Rougier in Tips and Tricks
2 replies - 6171 views - 08/21/09 by Tom Jensen in Book Reviews
Don't get me wrong - I've written tons of Java over the last decade or
so & think its been a great evolutionary step from C++ and
Smalltalk (lots of...
25 replies - 16709 views - 07/08/09 by James Strachan in News
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Burton Group has just published the overview I authored titled The New Era of Programming Languages. This is a timely document. The Tiobe Programming...
0 replies - 15358 views - 06/18/09 by Kirk Knoernschild in News
Walking out of the Moscone Center into the early evening air of San Francisco, it was hard to believe that JavaOne 2009 was over. Sure I'd spent four long days...
4 replies - 4130 views - 06/16/09 by Burk Hufnagel in Articles
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