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Publish JAR artifact using Gradle to Artifactory

So I have wasted (invested) a day or two just to find out how to publish a JAR using Gradle to a locally running Artifactory server. I used Gradle Artifactory plugin to do the publishing. ...
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Scala for-comprehension with concurrently running futures

Can you tell what’s the difference between the following two? If yes, then you’re great and you don’t need to read further.                 Version ...
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Init.d shell script for Play framework distributed applications

I wrote a shell script to control Play framework applications packaged using built-in command dist. Applications packaged this way are zipped standalone distributions without any need ...
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The best code coverage for Scala

The best code coverage metric for Scala is statement coverage. Simple as that. It suits the typical programming style in Scala best. Scala is a chameleon and it can look like anything ...
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Scala Wonderland: All operations are method calls

I’ve started learning Scala two months ago and I can’t get back to Murakami’s 1Q84 so exciting it is. In the coming series I’d like to share my excitement with you. It won’t ...
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Scala Wonderland: The functional style

Scala encourages to use a functional style of programming. For programmers coming from imperative world of Java or C# it is the main challenge. The first step is to recognize the difference ...
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Scala Wonderland: Lists

In functional style methods should not have side effects. A consequence of this philosophy is that List is immutable in Scala. Construction of a List is simple.                   val ...
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Scala Wonderland: Semicolons, singletons and companion objects

In Scala you may usually omit semicolon at the end of a statement. It is required if more statements are on a single line. Unfortunately there are cases when compiler doesn’t undrstand ...
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Scala Wonderland: Case classes and pattern matching

Pattern matching is usually related to text search. In Scala it has much more sophisticated usage. You can write exciting decision logic when used together with case classes. Even after ...
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