If you have read the paper published by Google’s Jeffrey Dean and Sanjay Ghemawat (MapReduce: Simplied Data Processing on Large Clusters),
0 replies - 10536 views - 08/05/12 by Istvan Szegedi in Articles
One of the challenges that we face building a non trivial domain model
is to write proper tests that verify the domain rules that the model
0 replies - 2088 views - 07/31/12 by Debasish Ghosh in Articles
How do you get custom ordering in a Scala TreeMap?
Well this puzzled me for a while. The answer lies in the world of implicits and receiver type converters....
0 replies - 2796 views - 07/22/12 by Peter Pilgrim in Articles
This article was originally posted by Andreas Kollegger on the Neo4j blog.
Developers today live in a mix-and-match world, as the Neo4j Heroku...
0 replies - 3026 views - 07/22/12 by John Esposito in Articles
Calling remote procedure using XML-RPC and Scala.
On Telecom IT environment and specially middelware solution, we will
0 replies - 4818 views - 06/26/12 by Slim Ouertani in Articles
ElasticMQ is a messaging
server, with a Scala, Java, and an Amazon SQS-compatible interface. It
supports guaranteed messaging by replicating the messages...
0 replies - 3463 views - 06/13/12 by Adam Warski in Articles
ElasticMQ is a message queue
server, with Scala, Java, and an Amazon SQS-compatible interface. It
also supports guaranteed messaging via replicating the...
1 replies - 4929 views - 05/31/12 by Adam Warski 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
1 replies - 4900 views - 05/30/12 by Adam Warski in Articles
The previous tutorial covered basic XML processing in Scala, but as I noted, XML is not the primary choice for data serialization these days. Instead, JSON...
1 replies - 7204 views - 05/23/12 by Jason Baldridge in Articles
Let's Play! in the cloud
A couple of weeks ago, Mark Atwood, Jorge Aliss, and I, Sebastián Scarano participated in Red Hat's webinar LET'S PLAY! IN THE...
1 replies - 1718 views - 05/21/12 by Sebastián Open in News
This week, I was at Confess 2012
in Leogang, Salzburg (Austria). Confess is an international conference
for Java professionals in its fifth year, organized...
0 replies - 2110 views - 05/14/12 by Kai Wähner in Articles
In recent times, many programming languages that run on JVM have emerged. Many of these
languages support the concept of writing code in a...
0 replies - 12502 views - 05/14/12 by Gagan Agrawal in Articles
The Big Three - Scala, Clojure and Groovy.
The following is an article written by TheCodeGeneral (not too sure who he is, but is quite respected in the...
0 replies - 9425 views - 05/14/12 by Judah Johns in Articles
Scala users, check this out! If you've been trying to have a better interface for using Apache Solr in your Scala projects, there's a pretty new simple Solr...
0 replies - 4416 views - 05/09/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
We have HTTPS, what more do we need?
When you talk about security for REST based APIs, people often point
to HTTPS. With HTTPS you can easily protect your...
0 replies - 7107 views - 05/07/12 by Jos Dirksen in Articles