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Request and response – discovering Akka

In the previous part we implemented our first actor and sent message to it. Unfortunately actor was incapable of returning any result of processing this message, which rendered him ...
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Your first message – discovering Akka

Akka is a platform (framework?) inspired by Erlang, promising easier development of scalable, multi-threaded and safe applications. While in most of the popular languages concurrency ...
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Testing Quartz Cron expressions

Declaring complex Cron expressions is still giving me some headaches, especially when some more advanced constructs are used. After all, can you tell when the following trigger will ...
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JavaOne 2012: Scala Tricks

The first session I attended after lunch was Venkat Subramaniam‘s ‘Scala Tricks,’ held in the Hilton Golden Gate 3/4/5 conference room area. This is the first session ...
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JavaOne 2012: What’s New in Scala 2.10

After getting lunch, I went to Hilton Golden Gate 6/7/8 to see Martin Odersky‘s (Typesafe) presentation ‘What’s New in Scala 2.10.’ It is always an opportunity to ...
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Getting started with Scala and Scalatra – Part IV

Welcome to the last part of this series of tutorials on scala and scalatra. In this part we’ll look at how you can use Akka to handle your requests using an asynchronous dispatcher, ...
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RateLimiter – discovering Google Guava

RateLimiter class was recently added to Guava libraries (since 13.0) and it is already among my favourite tools. Have a look what the JavaDoc says: Let’s start from ...
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Fault-tolerance primitives in Scala: links and traps

Over the last decade Actor Model is actively marketed as a simple, effective and save concept for building concurrency. Being popularized by Erlang in early nineties, and used as a ...
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Getting started with Scala and Scalatra – Part III

This post is the third on a series of articles I’m writing on scalatra. In ‘part I’ we created the initial environment, and in ‘part II’ we created the ...
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Getting started with Scala and Scalatra – Part II

In the previous part of the tutorial we created a simple application from scratch and setup Eclipse so we could edit the scala files for scalatra. In this second part of the tutorial ...
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