Author Archives: Christian Papauschek

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Why and How we are using Scala at journi

Last year we started building our web/mobile startup journi (called miavia back then), and I considered 3 different backend languages before finally settling on Scala: PHP. I didn’t want to continue working with a language that had grown into a … Continue reading

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Scala Akka Workshop – Evolving a Robot in an Actor Cluster

It is quite extraordinary what is possible nowadays with a group of interested developers and powerful tools such as Scala and Akka. Three months ago we had our first Akka Workshop here at the Vienna Scala User Group (VSUG), in … Continue reading

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Akka Workshop Cheat Sheet

Contents Akka Cheat Sheet Robot Cheat Sheet Scala Cheat Sheet (List handling) Akka Cheat Sheet Creating an actor system (usually one per machine) val system = ActorSystem(“cluster”)   Defining an actor: class MyActor(myArg1: String) extends Actor { // initial actions … Continue reading

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Play Framework Evolutions with Slick 2.0 Code Generator

The new Slick 2.0 database library comes with a simple code generator that¬†generates Scala code for all your tables so you can quickly start coding against your database.¬†It takes into consideration not only the tables and columns, but also primary … Continue reading

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3 Things Learned from using Akka in a Coding Workshop

Here are 3 learnings from last weeks Akka coding session, in which all participants connected their Actors in order to participate in a Prisoner’s Dilemma competition.

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