Category Archives: dynamic languages

last day at be2, my career at be2 in a sequence of words

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MPP: Multi-Paradigm-Programming

The September-November issue of the Software magazine is a special issue with a lot of articles about MPP. There a number of nice articles with Dean Wampler (DRW Holdings) and Tony Clark (Middlesex University) present the MPP and what’s happening in … Continue reading

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to Scala or not to Scala />?

In a number of sessions I have attended in Software Architect 2010, the speakers mentioned Scala many times, particularly stating that Java is limited and that Scala is great both, since it follows the Functional Programming paradigm (not like Java … Continue reading

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GORM for MongoDB – Impressive

SpringSource announces today Grails Object Relational Mapping for MongoDB! http://blog.springsource.com/2010/11/15/yet-another-flavour-of-gorm-mongodb/ For the people unfamiliar with MongoDB, it is a document oriented database that bridges the gap between key-value stores (which are fast and highly scalable) and traditional RDBMS systems (which provide … Continue reading

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Hudson + Grails + CodeNarc -> Groovy Style Check

Today I am going to search for plug-ins for Hudson to analyse the quality of groovy code checked-into the repository. The build and test run processes are set up already and the code coverage reports are being generated. It is … Continue reading

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