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This is another article in the scala-notes series. This one deals with what I call number madness.
Numbers are used everywhere in code, and often the type used is something like
Int (Scala) or
int (Java). These simple
types are familiar to those of us who used languages like C but should not be used without considering
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This is the first in a series of very short articles I am calling scala-notes where I will share my notes and or my favorite links about Scala related topics. Hopefully this will prove to be a motivator for me to mine the giant stack of paper notes I have written about scala… In any case I hope this exercise proves useful for somebody.
When you get started with a language you need a Read on →
I have been writing Java professionally since 1997 and while the JVM (Java Virtual Machine) continues to dominate enterprise development, that is not all that has kept me using it. I have always liked Java.
A while ago I was chatting about how I found some aspects of Haskell and Go really Read on →
This is the second of a two article series about using machine virtualization as a development tool. It focuses on the question of how. The first article is found here and focuses on the question of what.
It is time now to get to the specifics of using a VM solution, in this case Read on →
The use of Virtual Machines for web development is becoming ubiquitous, and with good reason.
This is the first of a two article series about using machine virtualization as a development tool. It focuses on the question of what. The second article is found here and focuses on the question of how.