Hi Scala enthousiasts,We are very pleased to announce DUSE meetup #19 that covers two highlights:First, Raymond Roestenburg, co-author of the upcoming book Akka in Action, will give us a solid introduction of the Apache Camel extension for Akka for which he is one of the main committers.Second, Scala developers at TomTom will present the architecture of their smoothly running highvolume system written in – well – Scala! Akka & CamelApache Camel is a versatile open-source framework that…See More
Hi Scala enthousiasts,I’m very pleased to announce DUSE meetup #18. Erik Bakker, co-author of the book Play for Scala, will reveal us some of the core internals of Play 2.0. His presentation is followed by a hands-on hacking session were you get the chance to transform his ‘revelations’ into working code.One of Play’s distinguishing features is its reactive architecture that leverages the non-blocking and event-driven programming model as well as its…See More
Hi Scala enthousiasts,I’m happy to announce DUSE meetup #17 with not only Scala but also Hadoop in the spotlight. Age Mooij will present two powerful Scala DSLs that make handling Hadoop a piece of cake:"Hadoop is the Enterprise Java Beans of our time" - Dean Wampler, NEScala 2012Everyone who has written even the smallest single-job Hadoop program must have noticed how incredibly invasive the Hadoop APIs are. Writing Hadoop programs is not a very intuitive process and it forces you to split up…See More
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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,I’m content to announce our next DUSE meetup with an appealing subject presented by an erudite speaker with practical experience in this field: Event Sourcing – the best of DDD en CQRS combined by Erik RozendaalLunatech Research, located in Rotterdam was so kind to provide their facility to host this event (max 30 participants). The program has the well-known outline: 18:00 - 18:30: Food & Drinks18:30 – 21:00: Presentation Event Sourcing & Discussion As follows the…See More
Hi Scala enthousiasts,The summer holidays are over so it’s highest time to shake off all remains of our vacation drowsiness and focus on what’s really important: Scala! ;-)With the advent of html5 and mobile apps, REST backends gain importance. Therefore, we’ll dedicate our time on the most popular REST frameworks available in Scala land by doing a little REST framework contest. So be prepared to make your hands dirty and your keyboard smoke.18:00 - 18:30: Food & Drinks18:30 – 20:15: Scala…See More
Hi Scala enthousiasts,With the latest announcement of the Typesafe stack Scala has again reached the headlines. That’s great news! Scala and Akka seem to become the killer stack that helps Scala to gain serious grounds in the enterprise.In the context of these headlines I’m very pleased to announce our next Duse meetup, which entirely captures the latest developments: one evening fully dedicated to Akka!18:00 - 18:30: Food & Drinks18:30 –…See More
Hi Scala enthousiasts!The next DUSE meeting is settled. The following program is waiting for you in order to enjoy another cup of steaming Scala:18:00 - 18:30: Food & Drinks18:30 - 19:30: Presentation TrophyDB Andrey Somov will talk about his open source re-implementation of CouchDB (originally in Erlang) in full-fledged Scala. Lot’s of interesting functional Scala code, so if you haven’t had your functional cup of scala yet this is your chance.19:30 - 20:30: Snippet BlipsEveryone…See More
The fourth DUSE meetup ! This time we have found an unlikely but cool location sponsor in the form of MTV, who are donating some space in their main office in Amsterdam. Don't ask me what MTV has to do with Scala (because I don't know the answer) but their office is very cool and free space is free space, right ? :)Agenda:- Welcome, pizza, "wassup ?", etc.- Jesper presents his Scala ray tracer project- Code Kata 13 (http://codekata.pragprog.com/2007/01/kata_thirteen_c.html)- Any other points…See More