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Chariot Developer News Episode #53 – wherein Joel and Ken dislike everything

Joel and Ken cover: A twitter conversation wherein Scala is bigger than COBOL for job hunters, but not bigger than Pizza Delivery Dzone – My Java EE 8 Wishlist 160 million credit cards hacked by “high tech” cyber criminal gang over the past decade. Probably one of the most successful/destructive hacking groups ever. Their main … Read More

TechCast #79 – Chariot’s Sujan Kapadia and Ken Rimple talk about OSCON 2013

The TechCast is sponsored by Chariot Solutions Education Services – for training in Scala, Spring, Grails, Android, Maven and more. We aren’t just slide turners, either. Ask us about interactive mentoring and semi-structured learning as well. The TechCast this week was devoted to Sujan’s trip to OSCON 2013. He and a number of other Chariot … Read More

PhillyETE Screencast #18 – Scaling out with Akka Actors – Joshua Suereth

From the abstract: “Erlang has made popular the notation of asynchronous message passing as means of distribution and Scaling. While the idea of “actors” is fundamentally simple, how do we, the software engineers, make use of this abstraction to develop real life, scalable systems? This talk designs a scalable distributed search service using Akka and … Read More

PhillyETE Screencast #16 – Scala Async: A New Way to Simplify Asynchronous Code (Make the Compiler Do It!) – Philipp Haller

From the abstract: “Ever wished the compiler could make asynchronous programming easier? Enter Scala Async. Do asynchronous I/O like “normal” blocking I/O, program with Futures and Promises even more naturally! Scala Async makes it possible to “suspend” at arbitrary points in a block of regular Scala code, and to “resume” from that point later— all … Read More

PhillyETE Screencast #15 – Livecoding a Webapp in Clojure and Scala: An intro and comparison – Dustin Getz and Jason Feingold

PLEASE VIEW THIS MAXIMIZED FOR THE BEST EFFECT! Wide screen monitors are the best plan. This presentation is pure awesome! Thanks to the presenters and our videographer, Stephen Metzger. From the abstract: “Both Clojure and Scala target enterprise-sized challenges, but the development styles are very different. We will live-code a small webapp in both languages, … Read More

TechCast #75 – Interview with Rod Johnson Part 2 – Focus on Scala

Rod Johnson is well known for his work creating and leading SpringSource, and the Spring Framework. But did you know he recently started working with TypeSafe organization? He’s advising them on their board of directors, and he’s working on his own Scala hobby application. He has some views about the language, how to start using … Read More

ETE 2012 – HTML5 Apps in Java & Scala with the Play Framework

From the abstract: The way we build applications is rapidly changing. HTML5, Scala, non-blocking IO, real-time push, and the cloud are welcome advancements in the world of web apps. Play Framework makes using these technologies a pleasure. In this session you will learn how to build next generation applications with Play Framework and deploy those … Read More

DevNews #45 – Rod Johnson leaves VMware, FuseSource acquired by RedHat, more…

Note – to view all of the links that made up this podcast, visit our Delicious show page at http://delicious.com/developernews/45 Sponsors Chariot Solutions Education Services – Training in Spring, Hibernate, Scala, Maven and more. Visit us on the web at chariotsolutions.com/education Events Scalathon 2012 News Rod Johnson Leaving VMWare Spring project infrastructure maturing FuseSource acquired by RedHat … Read More

TechCast #72 – Typesafe’s Jamie Allen on Scala present and future, Scalathon 2012 and training events

Regular listeners will recognize Jamie Allen’s voice from a number of podcast episodes at Chariot. He recently left us to join Typesafe, the sponsors of the Scala language, Akka, Play and other items that make up the Typesafe stack. We discuss a number of topics, including: Scala helps you write good code out of the … Read More

ETE 2012 – Joshua Suereth – Effective Scala

From the abstract: A talk on general best practices in Scala, taken from real world experience and examples in the book Scala In Depth. This covers everything from what is an implicit to programming with expressions. If you’re not comfortable with the Scala, this talk will show you how to make use of this elegant … Read More