Tag Archives: Scala

IntelliJ IDEA Gets Educational!

Every professional developer was once a learner. We live in a fascinating world full of new challenges and opportunities, which means every professional developer can become a learner once again, or share what they have learned as an educator. No … Continue reading

Posted in EAP Releases, News & Events | Tagged , , , | 6 Comments

Join us at Scala Days San Francisco, March 16-18, 2015

Are you going to Scala Days at Fort Mason in San Francisco? Be sure to come by our booth and learn about Scala in IntelliJ IDEA 14 and the latest release in general. Also, don’t miss our session with Alexander … Continue reading

Posted in News & Events | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Webinar Recording: Reactive Stream Processing with Akka Streams

Yesterday we had a pleasure to host a webinar together with Typesafe, where Konrad Malawski, a Scala enthusiast who works on the Akka toolkit, gave a very comprehensive overview of the Reactive Streams specification and one of its implementations—Akka Streams. … Continue reading

Posted in Webinars | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Java Annotated Monthly – July 2014

Today’s Java landscape is growing larger and faster than ever, with over 30,000 new Java projects created on GitHub each month. Here on the Java Annotated Monthly we leave no stone unturned to bring you the most important news and … Continue reading

Posted in News & Events | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Java Annotated Monthly – May 2014

Here’s a few stories we’ve been reading on the Java beat this month, straight from the source. If you have any news or articles you would like to see here on the Java Annotated Monthly, you can reach me, Breandan … Continue reading

Posted in News & Events | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Scala Productivity. A Survey of the Community

This is a guest blog post is from Graham Lea, Software Engineer and Team Leader at Tyro Payments in Sydney, Australia. Confession I’ve been a dishonest blogger, but I’ve paid my dues. Earlier this year I wrote a rather cheeky blog … Continue reading

Posted in Guest Post | Tagged | 8 Comments