Hi Scala enthousiasts,We are very pleased to announce DUSE meetup #22, which will be presented by Dirk Louwers, Mark van der Tol and Jan-Pieter van den Heuvel from Plot, a startup company in Amsterdam.Plot is a mobile plugin, bringing real-time location awareness to Android and iOS, fully built on Scala in the backend. The Plot team will grant us an in-depth look into their kitchen and reveal…See More
On Thursday, February the 14th we're having our first Scala Hackathon at Elmar (Herengracht 262 5th floor. Please give us a ring, so we can open the door). We'll start at 18:30 and our event host Elmar will provide us with pizza and drinks! There’s space for 30 hackers (first come, first serve) so be quick!Things to do at the Scala HackathonWe're not using a rigid schedule, but we would like to know what you plan to do at the Hackathon. You don't have to be too specific; we're using this to…See More
Hi Scala enthousiasts,I’m happy to announce our first DUSE meetup in 2012 featuring ‘external DSLs with Parser Combinators’. Tiziano Perrucci will lead us into the world of Parser Combinators, which he used in his former project to create a DSL for testers that was neatly integrated with the Fitnesse testframework.Starting out with a general introduction to Parser Combinators he will demonstrate how to apply Parser Combinators based on a simple external DSL, touch on how to integrate the DSL in…See More
Hi Scala enthousiasts,I’m content to announce our next DUSE meetup featuring ‘Akka from the trenches’. We’ll have two speaker teams who present their real-world systems built with Akka and Spray.18:00 - 18:30: Food & Drinks18:30 – 20:00: Akka @ NS Freek Wielstra and Age Mooij from Xebia have built a bulk message system for the Dutch Railways fully based on Typesafe’s Akka stack. After a short introduction of the system they will outline why they chose for Akka, how they applied it and which…See More
Hi Scala enthousiasts!Our 10th DUSE meetup is just ahead of you. This time we’ll dive into Dependency Injection (DI) in order to find out which one of the myriads approaches for Scala you like best. Besides that there is time to show your favorite Scala snippets, which has proven to be an appealing approach to have a look into various areas of Scala (remember the Y-Combinator? ;-))18:15 - 18:45: Food & Drinks18:45 - 19:30: Snippet BlipsEveryone gets the chance to present within a timeframe…See More
"Hi Age, I did disable RSVPing because I've already announced it on the Lift mailing list. I didn't want two dueling lists of people saying "I'm coming," especially given that this group is rather quiet right now. But if…"
"Hey Peter. Did you diable RSVP for this event on purpose ? It's totally cool to make this an official DUSE event since DUSE == us. I can turn on RSVP if you want to see whose coming. If not, I'll most probably show up :)"
Hi all, it's not an official DuSE event but I wanted to let everyone in the group know that I am organizing a Lift meetup on January 26. Even if you're not interested in this Scala web framework you can still enjoy the company of some fellow Scala enthusiasts.See More
A joined event with our friends from Dutchhug (http://dutchhug.nl/)Agenda:18:00 Pizza, getting to know each other19:00 About Haskell for Scala-ists19:30 About Scala for Haskell-ists20:00 Code kata with Scala-Haskell pairing21:00 Drinks at 'The Basket'See More
The fifth DUSE meetup! And I am pleased to announce that TomTom is welcoming us at their headquarters, in Amsterdam. Not only will they sponsor the entire event, but they will also offer a sneak peak into the internals of their Scala based software. Totally cool!But hold on, there is more. We will also have Martin Odersky and Phil Bagwell joining our meetup.The agenda is not carved in stone yet, but it's probably going to be a little like this:- Welcome, food, "wassup ?", etc.- Eric Bowman…See More