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Upcoming events

June Scala Monthly Meetup
22.06.2015 19:00 @ Stockwerk Coworking

Please propose your talks, lightning talks, book reviews, live coding demos,... in the comments!  What's Hot in Scala Frameworks by Radim Pavlíček (~ 20 min)5 Scala frameworks, 2-3 slides each, suggestions welcome!
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Past events

May Scala Monthly Meetup: Lutz Hühnken (Typesafe) - Slick & ConductR
20.05.2015 18:30 @ Stockwerk Coworking

Lutz Hühnken, Solutions Architect at Typesafe, will join us for this meetup! Agenda06:30 pm | Free pizza & drinks sponsored by Typesafe and openForce!07:00 pm | Talks by Lutz Hühnken [Feature Talk] Slick 3Slick (“Scala Language-Integrated Connection Kit”) is Typesafe‘s Functional Relational Mapping (FRM) library for Scala that makes it easy to work with relational databases. It allows you to work with stored data almost as if you were using Scala collections, while at the same time giving you full control over when a database access happens and which data is transferred.The third major release brings it to a new level. It provides the new DBIO type for nicely sequencing your database actions, streaming results through Reactive Streams, and an asynchronous interface on top of the blocking JDBC API with clever threading and connection pool management.After a brief introduction and overview, we will explore the API through some code examples. [Bonus Short] Typesafe ConductRRunning multiple (micro-) services on multiple nodes in a cluster, in a fail-safe way, scaling them, and updating them, can be a challenge for the operations or devops teams. Typesafe ConductR has entered the arena to make things simpler: Build a bundle, load it into the ConductR cluster, tell it how many instances you want to run in parallel, done. I will give a very brief overview of ConductR, and a little live demo of ConductR in action. The speaker: Lutz Huehnken is a Solutions Architect for Typesafe. He has been working in professional software development since 1997. In this time, he has taken on different roles in the creation of web applications in various industries. His current focus is Reactive Programming - the development of fault-tolerant, highly scalable, truly distributed systems - with Scala, Akka and Play. Occassionally he talks about this on conferences, for example code.talks, devoxx, and JAX. He tweets as @lutzhuehnken. Our sponsors for this meetup!  There will be drinks sponsored by openForce GmbH! Go check out their currently open positions!  Typesafe is sponsoring pizzas for this meetup! StockWerk Coworking - our venue sponsor - check out their website.  JetBrains sponsors 1 Personal license for IntelliJ IDEA which we will raffle amongst the the attendees to the meetup!  O'Reilly sponsors 2 books which we will raffle amongst the attendees to the meetup! 
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Talks

Exploring the Unit type

Exploring the Unit type

Some not so well known facts about the Scala Unit type.

Scalaz introduction

Scalaz introduction

Some of the less wacky bits about Scalaz. :)

Heiko's article on Typeclasses / Type-safe equality:

Tips and tricks for setting up a Play 2 project

Tips and tricks for setting up a Play 2 project

A small set of tips and tricks for setting up a vanilla Play 2 project. Presentation given at Devoxx 2013 in Antwerp.

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