Typesafe’s founder sets the doubters straight on the latest modularity plans for the language.
A quick lick of paint for Scala’s Eclipse IDE
Scala and Dart are still stuck in the #50-#100 bracket of the TIOBE rankings, behind languages such as Lua and Groovy
Typesafe announce the second major version of their commercial offering – marrying together Scala, Akka, Play and a brand new console.
Learning from experiences of the first version, the concurrent event-driven framework for the JVM is back, with its sequel promising bigger things.
The roadmap for Scala IDE for Eclipse v2 – codenamed Helium has been laid out. Plus Scala 2.10.0 Milestone 1 is released!
John Stevenson reflects on the year that was for the Java community – focusing on the rise of certain languages, the best events and conferences of the year and his own personal highlights.
New version sees huge shift from initial code base, promising much improved performance and responsiveness
Does Scala need fundamental changes to move forward as a language? Or did Typesafe already see the gloomy forecast?
Coda Hale clarifies his company’s stance and the reasons behind that email.
They also say Play! will be integrated into future versions
PLUS, Atlassian release Confluence 4 with new autocomplete functionality.
PLUS, MyFaces Core 2.1.0, Akka 1.1.2 and Turmeric SOA 1.0.0 released.
PLUS, Akka 1.1 and JBoss Tools 3.3.0.M1 released.