I'm working with akka within last ~3 years. I can't say that my knowledge is brilliant. There are still many things which I learn about akka while doing daily programming. Despite this fact, I decided to share my view on actors design and communication techniques. Exactly this talk I made at Scala UA Conference 2018.
Hey Scala squad! In this post I'm going to show some ways of extracting values from list or sequence of boxed elements. It's a pretty common case when you have a
Seq[B[A]], but instead of it you need to get
Seq[A]. To be more precise it may be
Hey! Looks like you are familiar with Scala. And I believe you even develop some apps locally using it. A main mission of the code is to help people to solve their problems. But how your apps can do this, if they are running locally on the laptop? In this post I want to show the easiest way to deploy a Scala application.
Have you ever heard about a median? I'm talking about that thing from mathematician statistics, which represents a "middle" value of a data set. If you are reading this, I bet you hear about it. Moreover you want to know how to implement a median function in Scala. So I'll show you how it can be done.
So as you already know, I've enrolled to Functional Programming in Scala Specialization on Coursera. Currently I'm passing through the 4th course of the series "Big Data Analysis with Scala and Spark". If to be more precise, two days ago I completed an assignment for weeks #2 and #3. As usually I'm going to share my experience.