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Monthly Archives: January 2010
Robert Fischer published an article titled “Scala is Not a Functional Programming Language” In response Martin Odersky argues that Scala can be characterized as postfunctional: […] if you look at the features Scala provides, it is substantially a functional language, … Continue reading
Groovy 1.7 provides the following new major features and enhancements: Anonymous Inner Classes and Nested Classes, for more Java-friendliness Annotation enhancements, with the ability to put annotations on imports, packages and variable declarations) Grape enhancement (the Groovy module system) Power … Continue reading
A nice post about Mastering the Eclipse Toolset: Change Sets. Eclipse is one of the most sophisticated toolsets ever offered to developers. Its plethora of available tools can eliminate many headaches from a developer’s day. Unfortunately, there are days when … Continue reading
Neal Gafter has a very nice website about Closures for Java.
The new Grails Version 1.2 was release right before Christmas 2009. Compared to the time-consuming and nerve-wracking Grails Upgrade from 1.0 to 1.1 that users experienced, the upgrade to Version 1.2 is a lot easier. This time the major showstopper … Continue reading
IBM developerWorks published a nice article about extending single-namespace XML schemas last week which can be found here.