A year on from Typesafe pushing out the Scala-tuned IDE, the teams latest release suggests maturity, thanks to a new debugger and editor improvements
Typesafe’s Jamie Allen explains how useful anonymous actors are to capture context while processing asynchronous tasks
Typesafes latest addition to the stack hits an important milestone
Latest version of Typesafes Java and Scala framework follows December update to Akka.
2013 is shaping up to be a big and exciting year in Java development. Heres five reasons why…
Ideas surrounding Springs Scala move surface – question is, can it help turn things round?
James Ward of Typesafe officially launches WebJars project, with new website and support for Java web frameworks.
Is Scala too complicated for widespread adoption in Java teams, or is it that Devs who tinker around with things they dont fully understand make Scala seem overly complex?
JAX Conference Chair Sebastian Meyen offers his views on what changes Java needs to make to continue along the right path
Todays latest news is the surest indication so far that JVM language Scala has positioned itself to challenge Java and can only mean good things for Scala devs.
A month or so on from the last milestone, Scala 2.10 gets slightly closer to a big release with another glimpse at what 2.10 will offer
The latest glimpse into where the Scala language is heading has been provided by Scala 2.10.0 M3 –
The second release candidate emerges for Scala 2.9.2, showing a real community effort