February 01, 2011
Mark Wielaard: New GPG key.
Finally created a new GPG key using gnupg. The old one was a DSA/1024 bits one and 8 years old. The new one is a RSA/2048 bits one. I will use the new one in the future to sign any release tarballs I might create. pub 2048R/57816A6A 2011-01-29 Key f...
February 01, 2011
Andrew Hughes: [SECURITY] IcedTea6 1.7.8, 1.8.5, 1.9.5 Released!.
We are pleased to announce a new set of security releases, IcedTea6 1.7.8, IcedTea6 1.8.5 and IcedTea6 1.9.5.
This update contains the following security updates:
The IcedTea project provides a harness to build the source code from OpenJDK6 u...
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Scala for the Impatient
In 1995, I got a call from Gary Cornell who told me that we were going to write a Java book. That surprised memdash;I didn#039;t know any Java, and I was pretty sure that Gary didn#039;t know it either. But Gary knew that Java would be big. So we set out to write, as fast as we could, the first Java book that showed how to write real code. (There already were a couple of books out, such as the regrettable ldquo;Teach yourself Java in 21 daysrdquo;, but they focused on giving the illusion of knowledge.) Core Java appeared a few weeks after the Java 1.0 release, and it was an instant best-seller. A 9th edition will be out later this year, covering Java 7.
When I first heard about Scala, nobody told me that it was going to be big, so I didn#039;t write a book. Of course, other people did. I got a few, but I found that I never read any of them. I just wrote code and read blogs whenever I got stuck. And I spent way too much time on stackoverflow.com.
What was wrong with the books? For me, two things. First, I didn#039;t care to be told that I had sinned and must repent, and embrace the functional style in all its goodness, and only then could I hope to lead a useful life. More importantly, I was just too impatient. I know what a loop and a class and a function is. I don#039;t want to read that stuff again.
So, why not just stick with the blogs? There are several good blogs that try to get a Java programmer up to speed with Scala, and I...
Date: January, 29 2011
- Learning Scala | The Scala Programming Language If you're impatient, however, it is entirely possible to start directly to Scala; in that ... you find someone to help you setting up the Scala compiler and an IDE on your computer.
- Twitter / Alex Payne: Impatient for Scala 2.8! * ... Impatient for Scala 2.8! *grabby hands* http://bit.ly/W7CPT. Will be worth the wait.
- Code walkthrough of CleanUp phase (Scala 2.8) In order to develop compiler plugins, familiarity with the Scala com ... For the impatient: debugging. You can already create a Run conﬁguration (Figure 2) for. scala.tools.nsc.Main.
- Installing a Nightly Build | Scala IDE for Eclipse Space ... Scala IDE for Eclipse is an open source project powered by Assembla ... If you think it's the latter, or if you're just feeling adventurous or impatient, you can build an installable Scala IDE directly from subversion.
- Formatting issues with the Scala Emacs mode | The Scala ... I hesitate, but for the impatient I'll slap up a the changed function in scala-mode-indent.el if anyone wants ... I hesitate, but for the impatient I'll slap up a the changed function in scala-mode-indent.el if anyone wants to play pre-Alpha.
- Seam Framework - Abort long running method call Have you considered using stored procs or returning the result set to the view in chunks/pages so the user does not become impatient and move to another view? required reading: Scala and more Scala... www.artima.com. Re: Abort long running method call. 02. May 2009, 06:25 America/New_York | Link.
- Implementing Persistent Vectors in Scala - Code Commit Implementing Persistent Vectors in Scala. 26. Aug. 2008. Oh yeah, we're really getting into Digg-friendly titles ... For the impatient, the good stuff starts at about 36:00 and lasts for about ten minutes. I'll elaborate on the problems with.
- Bridging the Atlantic: Jay Jay Pistolet This past week has been extremely busy on the musical front with the apex being Okkervil River's show on Tuesday at the Scala. ... Jay Jay Pistolet, the second opener on Tuesday night who singlehandedly brought the Scala's rowdy and impatient audience to absolute silence with his first track.
- The StreamBase Event Processing Blog: August 2009 The StreamBase event processing blog is all about the business of real-time systems, and the technicology that enables the shift to real-time computing: CEP. Published by the leaders in CEP, StreamBase, the blog covers the market and features.
- StreamBase and Scala (The StreamBase Event Processing Blog) As the ponytail (and the tiny bio below) imply, my posts will focus on technical details such as language semantics, general programming issues, compiler design, or anything else I feel is nifty. Anyone who follows programming languages will.
- Twitter / al3x al3x: Impatient for Scala 2.8! * grabby hands* http://bit.ly/W7CPT. Will be worth the wait. al3x: @nzkoz Congrats! Register @nzlad and @nzlass before it's too late. al3x: @GregOstravich Yes, the developer was German. al3x: I want to walk in the open wind / I want to tweet like lovers do.
- Java weblogs from javablogs.com Scala for the Impatient. In 1995, I got a call from Gary Cornell who told me that we were going to write a ... What I need is the analog of TEX for the Impatient, an admirable book by Paul Abrahams that courageously positioned itself to.
- UPDATE 2-Nobel Biocare Q3 misses poll, still losing to rivals ... * Nobel Biocare swings to Q3 net loss 17.8 mln euros * Avge fcast in Reuters poll for 16.2 mln euro loss * Sees market improving further 2011 * Analyst sceptical about company's long-term prospects ... impatient with Nobel Biocare's failure to deliver and Chief Executive Domenico Scala is.
- ANALYSIS-Clock ticking for Nobel Biocare CEO to get bite back "The board will likely wait and see whether the company is able to make any progress, but people are becoming more impatient. I assume that Domenico Scala has about another couple of quarters to get things back on track," said Helvea analyst Daniel Jelovcan.
- Website Design: Impatient Versus Bored Customers are much more likely to get impatient with your website than they are to be bored with it.. Topic: Web CMS.
- KaosEngine [follow us on facebook] on Myspace Music - Free ... KaosEngine [follow us on facebook]'s profile on Myspace, the leading social entertainment destination powered by the passion of our fans. ... (No Lost, Slaves, Feasting, Scala Mercalli, Carcazz) e del bassista Marco "Jena" Castignani ( Slaves, Scala Mercalli). Nell'Ottobre dello stesso.
- λ Tony's blog λ " Blog Archive " The Power of Type-classes ... Haskell type-classes have been likened to Java/C# interfaces or Scala traits, but there are some significant differences. ... with an ambiguity error (indeed, many Scala newcomers have likely observed these ambiguity errors from the core Scala APIs).
- Bad, Bad, John by vaisvil So, I offer a smaller file for the impatient that gets you to the melodic part 3 minutes quicker. ... the scala file I used - tuning by John O'Sullivan http://micro.soonlabel.com/bad/bad-john.scl Abbreviated version http://micro.soonlabel.com/bad/impatient-bad-bad-john.mp3 Notes to the make.
- Synopsis - Teatro alla Scala Sito ufficiale del Teatro alla Scala (Milano) - Official website of the Teatro alla Scala (Milan) ... It may thus be thought of as a typical concerted ballet, set here to music by Thom Willems, but shaken, agitated and deconstructed in keeping with our frenzied and impatient contemporary world.
- Disqus - Latest Activity for harshadoak Re: Scala Projected As The Next Java – Likely or Far-Fetched? ... Re: An impatient’s guide to Knee Surgery – Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction and Meniscus Tear. Re: An impatient’s guide to Knee Surgery – Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction and.
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