Category Archives: Akka

Building Reactive Apps with the Typesafe Platform

It is becoming pretty clear that Reactive is the next big thing in software. But there aren’t very many resources yet about how to actually build a Reactive application. Recently I hosted a webinar about “Building Reactive Apps with the Typesafe Platform” where I tried to explain Reactive in a tangible way using the Reactive [...]

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Q&A at the Seattle Scala User Group Tonight

Tonight I will be doing a question and answer session at the Seattle Scala User Group. So bring your Scala, Akka, and Play Framework questions! Hope to see you there.

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Akka, Heroku, sbt and BlueEyes at the SF Scala UG

Next Monday at the San Francisco Scala User Group I will be co-presenting about Akka, Heroku, sbt and BlueEyes with Mike Slinn – a long time friend and mentor. In the presentation we will be talking about a building client/server apps with HTML5 on the client and Scala & JSON services on the server. We [...]

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Java Concurrency with Akka: Composing Futures

I’ve been intrigued by Akka for a while but finally I was able to take it for a spin. The first thing I wanted to learn was how to compose Futures. Composing Futures provides a way to do two (or more) things at the same time and then wait until they are done. Typically in [...]

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