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This just in from Luis Espinal of MJUG: EasyB syntax for writing stories and specifications is a lot more succinct than…Continue

Tags: mjug, tdd, java, groovy, Scala

Started by Michael Levin Jul 27, 2011.

A file poller implementation in Scala

Want to see how a file poller in Scala looks like? Check out…Continue

Tags: poller, file

Started by Zemian Deng Mar 7, 2009.

Hello world

Perhaps I should have post this as my first message to the group, but I will add it anyway for completeness. Or in case someone wants to try Scala out and at least you can grap this template to start…Continue

Started by Zemian Deng Mar 3, 2009.

Simplifying Java Exception with Scala

One feature of Scala is it reuse Java's Exception class hierarchies, but much easier to use. For one thing, it treats Exception as "unchecked" just like RuntimeException, which I think one of the…Continue

Started by Zemian Deng Mar 3, 2009.

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Presentation: No Moore Left to Give: Enterprise Computing After Moore's Law

Bryan Cantrill talks about Moore's Law which, after years of defying predictions of its demise, it is now indisputably dying. But what does the end of Moore's Law mean for practitioners of enterprise computing? He explores potential ramifications, including not only the exotic world of emerging substrates, but much more mundane notions of scale, durability, economics and (yes!) accounting.

By Bryan Cantrill

Presentation: Learning from Machines

Ashi Krishnan discusses biological and artificial minds, exploring how models of cognition informed by ML and computation can help reconfigure processes of being.

By Ashi Krishnan

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