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Threw together a quick reading list for people doing JVM-based development http://t.co/0E5g71D1
Fwiw, this site seriously rules for programming language nerds: http://t.co/prAJI3m
In case you're curious what stack we're using (so far) at @banksimple: http://bit.ly/af1ePe
The new Java Performance book looks like a resource on par w/ Java Concurrency in Practice in the "must have" category http://t.co/DnKDKF8F
Reminded, once again, of this wonderful explanation (thx to @billder) of what we're trying to do at @banksimple http://b.qr.ae/hdX1Kr
The SBT getting started guide by @havocp is freaking great, read it if you use SBT http://t.co/yytmb4ne
This post on using Akka & Scala with Stanfords NLP library gives me some ideas for building a Jabber/IRC bot: http://t.co/ogSBjr5O
Very interesting discussion of the differences/similarities between Akka and Twitter Future impls: http://t.co/in1sp7Ld
Btw, I highly recommend watching @viktorklang's talk back-to-back with @marius' for full concurrency awesomeness http://t.co/NiK8xmqi
"Scala may be separating itself from the other Tier 2 languages" from http://t.co/cRNtiNDO
Haskell just got a lot more interesting! RT @galoisinc: Galois releases the Haskell Lightweight Virtual Machine (HaLVM)! http://is.gd/i0M7g
@debasishg you might also check out Conceptual Mathematics, it's been the most accessible intro I've found (http://amzn.to/a0OKpr)
Oh, wow, Forth implemented on top of the MARS Core War VM. http://t.co/no42JsBW
Oh, nice to see that @extempore2's scala repl power mode talk from ScalaDays2011 is online http://t.co/JrnacWl
I have to say, besides Nate Silver, one of the other real winners tonight is @twittereng. Awesome work, folks.
A post I wrote about Akka Futures for the @safaribooks blog is now online: http://t.co/VlrRiE12
@runarorama also, might be worth letting people know that they can get a %40 discount through march 15 with coupon code m840
An excellent series of animated videos on the basics of critical thinking: http://t.co/wnwVu0Mq
And on that note, this is a goldmine and awesome for refreshing what I learned in LYAH http://t.co/KHImcCUJ
If you write Scala, you might want to check this out: Monadic Design Patterns for the Web http://t.co/yBjIlvP9
Engineering lead @Janrain; fan of the Pacific Northwest, Scala, Akka & functional programming. Dog lover.
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