Scala made ripples in the programming industry the year it was launched back in 2001, forcing the market leader, Java, to work for its competitive edge. To this day, Scala continues to be a force to be reckoned with, used by experienced functional programmers to manage big data
YoppWorks Announces Platinum Sponsorship | Scala Days 2018 It was announced today that YoppWorks is officially going to be a platinum sponsor at Scala Days 2018! This conference will be held in Berlin on May 14th-17th and in the heart of New York city on...
It was announced today that IBM has partnered with YoppWorks to use predictive and cognitive analytics in open source technologies. Using YoppWorks services and Watson integration, IBM plans on expanding their ecosystem using YoppWorks expertise
YoppWorks Reactive ATI is designed to be a concise and repeatable methodology that provides very specific deliverables to our customers. Reactive ATI provides guidance and the type of information needed to further important decisions in reactive architecture practices. Reactive ATI is also designed for enterprises that have already tried to deploy reactive architecture in the past, but who haven’t achieved the benefits that they expected.
The programming of the future is sure to be different than that of the past, in many ways, and is being shaped by the trends of today. From new languages to functional programming and the use of big data, there are bold predictions swirling about the field of computer programming. Here are eight of them that paint a detailed picture of what may be to come.
Functional programming is an important programming language in today’s evolving technological app development landscape. It is different from imperative and object-based programming methods. However, functional programming can be a better solution for solving different problems when new apps and codes need to be created.
In today’s economy, business needs are constantly evolving, and technology must keep up with them. Unfortunately, proprietary software holds many organizations back, denying them the flexibility and adaptability needed to cope with changing priorities and needs.
In this presentation, you will learn the fundamental principles of Functional Programming. We will tackle this paradigm in a very practical way and avoid going into obscure Mathematical theory.
The modern programmer needs to be versatile. It’s crucial to be able to adapt your programming style on the fly and be familiar with a broad range of programming applications and concepts if you want to work in the high-demand field of computer programming.
Akka is framework for writing highly concurrent, distributed and fault-tolerant applications. Though written in Scala, it’s usable in Java as well.