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Reactive PostgreSQL: Listen to Notifications With Scala

In the past I've written a couple of articles (Building a REST service in Scala with Akka HTTP, Akka Streams and reactive mongo and ReactiveMongo …

Type Class 101: ApplicativeBuilder

Today we talk about the little wiggly operator |@|. Being slightly deaf and one of the few living persons on this planet who never watched a Star …

The Mathematical Hacker

<i>November 16, 2012</i><p>The programming profession is blessed with a number of gifted essayists. Today I will pick on three of my favorites — Eric Raymond, …

Mathematics

The Neophyte's Guide to Scala

From November 2012 to April 2013, I created and published a blog series called <i>The Neophyte’s Guide to Scala</i>, targeted at aspiring Scala enthusiasts …

Ubiquitous Computing

Simon Peyton Jones at Microsoft Research

Microsoft

An exercise in Refactoring - Playing around with Monoids and Endomorphisms

A language is powerful when it offers sufficient building blocks for library design and adequate syntactic sugar that helps build expressive syntax …

mth

The term zipper is a colloquial used to describe n-hole (most often, 1-hole) contexts. That is, a data structure that has a <i>hole</i> or <i>pointer</i> focused on …

Scala

First look: Android Studio eclipses Eclipse

Life for an Android developer has always been pretty straightforward. You downloaded Eclipse and installed the Android Developer Tools. The tools did …

IntelliJ IDEA

Hacking Scala - Regular Expressions Interpolation in Pattern Matching

With introduction of <i>string interpolation</i> in Scala 2.10 we finally got a feature, that many modern languages already have. What made me extremely …

The Comonad.Reader

Tue 16 Jan 2018<p>Back in 2011, in an influential blog post [1], Robert Harper coined the term "computational trinitarianism" to describe an idea that …