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Recent posts by Alex Khvatov

Hello Daniela,

I have another question.
How does your book compare to Scala for the Impatient by Cay Horstmann (of course if you are familiar with that book)?

Regards,
Alex Khvatov
5 months ago
Hello Daniela,

I have another question.
Do you cover Promises and Futures composition? (mainly: for-comprehensions)

Regards,
Alex Khvatov
5 months ago
Hello Daniela,

Do you cover any Scala frameworks in your book? I guess you are covering ScalaTest in your Unit testing chapter. Do you cover Akka framework, since Actor has been deprecated since Scala 2.10?

Regards,
Alex Khvatov
5 months ago
Hello Cay,

I had pretty much the same question already answered by you in the previous posts.
But given that Actors were deprecated in favor of Akka Actors (I guess this is the reason Actors chapter has been removed from the new release). In your book, do you provide some guidance to Scala newcomers where to look for the features unavailable in the core Scala? I am referring to Scala frameworks available.
For example a reference to Scala Index https://index.scala-lang.org/ could point Scala developers in the right direction.


Regards,
Alex
1 year ago
Have you considered using Akka HTTP? It provides an easy facility to create REST APIs.
1 year ago
Hello Cay.

Would you recommend using SBT while learning Scala?
Most of the examples in your book can be written in Scala REPL. Using SBT (or any other build tool) would benefit newcomers to Scala, in my opinion, as it makes the SDLC management a lot easier.

Regards,
Alex
1 year ago
Hi Amit and Francis,

I have two questions.

1. What is the best way for Java developers to start coding in Clojure?
2. Do you see many newcomers to Clojure writing Clojure code 'the Java way'?

Does your book cover such topics?

Thank you.
Alex
2 years ago
Hi Rich,

What is the best way of organizing a project under Git? Should the master branch be reserved only for releases and all the main development be done in a branch and then merged to master?
Or, instead, it is best to have the main development be done in a master and branches be reserved only for experimental features? But then how to deal with bugfixes?

Very excited to have you on the forum.

Sincerely,
Alex
Is it possible that

weblogic.wsee.tools.anttasks.JwscTask

is not in any of the listed jars?

Alex
Is it possible that is not in any of the listed jars?
Does your book go over the differences of Struts 2 and Struts (1)?
Thanks.
9 years ago
The output you've posted shows no errors. Could you post the error message you're getting in the browser?
10 years ago