Programmieren mit Scala

Author: Dean Wampler,Alex Payne

Publisher: O'Reilly Germany

ISBN: 3897216485

Category: Computers

Page: 480

View: 4584

Sie ist elegant, schlank, modern und flexibel: Die Rede ist von Scala, der neuen Programmiersprache für die Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Sie vereint die Vorzüge funktionaler und objektorientierter Programmierung, ist typsicherer als Java, lässt sich nahtlos in die Java-Welt integrieren – und eine in Scala entwickelte Anwendung benötigt oft nur einen Bruchteil der Codezeilen ihres Java-Pendants. Kein Wunder, dass immer mehr Firmen, deren große, geschäftskritische Anwendungen auf Java basieren, auf Scala umsteigen, um ihre Produktivität und die Skalierbarkeit ihrer Software zu erhöhen. Das wollen Sie auch? Dann lassen Sie sich von den Scala-Profis Dean Wampler und Alex Payne zeigen, wie es geht. Ihre Werkzeugkiste: Schon bevor Sie loslegen, sind Sie weiter, als Sie denken: Sie können Ihre Java-Programme weiter verwenden, Java-Bibliotheken nutzen, Java von Scala aus aufrufen und Scala von Java aus. Auch Ihre bevorzugten Entwicklungswerkzeuge wie NetBeans, IntelliJ IDEA oder Eclipse stehen Ihnen weiter zur Verfügung, dazu Kommandozeilen-Tools, Plugins für Editoren, Werkzeuge von Drittanbietern – und natürlich Ihre Programmiererfahrung. In Programmieren mit Scala erfahren Sie, wie Sie sich all das zunutze machen. Das Hybridmodell: Die Paradigmen "funktional" und "objektorientiert" sind keine Gegensätze, sondern ergänzen sich unter dem Scala-Dach zu einem sehr produktiven Ganzen. Nutzen Sie die Vorteile funktionaler Programmierung, wann immer sich das anbietet – und seien Sie so frei, auf die guten alten Seiteneffekte zu bauen, wenn Sie das für nötig halten. Futter für die Profis: Skalierbare Nebenläufigkeit mit Aktoren, Aufzucht und Pflege von XML mit Scala, Domainspezifische Sprachen, Tipps zum richtigen Anwendungsdesign – das sind nur ein paar der fortgeschrittenen Themen, in die Sie mit den beiden Autoren eintauchen. Danach sind Sie auch Profi im Programmieren mit Scala.

Functional Programming in Scala

Author: Paul Chiusano,Runar Bjarnason

Publisher: Manning Publications

ISBN: 9781617290657

Category: Computers

Page: 320

View: 5057

Helps programmers learn functional programming and apply it to the everyday business of coding. Original.

Programming in Scala

Author: Martin Odersky,Lex Spoon,Bill Venners

Publisher: Artima Inc

ISBN: 0981531601

Category: Computers

Page: 736

View: 738

Presents an introduction to the new programming language for the Java Platform.

Steps in Scala

An Introduction to Object-Functional Programming

Author: Christos K. K. Loverdos,Apostolos Syropoulos

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 113949094X

Category: Computers

Page: N.A

View: 1551

Scala is a highly expressive, concise and scalable language. It is also the most prominent method of the new and exciting methodology known as object-functional programming. In this book, the authors show how Scala grows to the needs of the programmer, whether professional or hobbyist. They teach Scala with a step-by-step approach and explain how to exploit the full power of the industry-proven JVM technology. Readers can then dive into specially chosen design challenges and implementation problems, inspired by the trials of real-world software engineering. It also helps readers to embrace the power of static typing and automatic type inference. In addition, the book shows how to use the dual-object and functional-oriented natures combined at Scala's core, and so write code that is less 'boilerplate', giving a genuine increase in productivity.

Programming Scala

Scalability = Functional Programming + Objects

Author: Dean Wampler,Alex Payne

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 1491950161

Category: Computers

Page: 586

View: 6804

Get up to speed on Scala, the JVM language that offers all the benefits of a modern object model, functional programming, and an advanced type system. Packed with code examples, this comprehensive book shows you how to be productive with the language and ecosystem right away, and explains why Scala is ideal for today's highly scalable, data-centric applications that support concurrency and distribution. This second edition covers recent language features, with new chapters on pattern matching, comprehensions, and advanced functional programming. You’ll also learn about Scala’s command-line tools, third-party tools, libraries, and language-aware plugins for editors and IDEs. This book is ideal for beginning and advanced Scala developers alike. Program faster with Scala’s succinct and flexible syntax Dive into basic and advanced functional programming (FP) techniques Build killer big-data apps, using Scala’s functional combinators Use traits for mixin composition and pattern matching for data extraction Learn the sophisticated type system that combines FP and object-oriented programming concepts Explore Scala-specific concurrency tools, including Akka Understand how to develop rich domain-specific languages Learn good design techniques for building scalable and robust Scala applications

Scala Functional Programming Patterns

Author: Atul S. Khot

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1783985852

Category: Computers

Page: 298

View: 542

Grok and perform effective functional programming in Scala About This Book Understand functional programming patterns by comparing them with the traditional object-oriented design patterns Write robust, safer, and better code using the declarative programming paradigm An illustrative guide for programmers to create functional programming patterns with Scala Who This Book Is For If you have done Java programming before and have a basic knowledge of Scala and its syntax, then this book is an ideal choice to help you to understand the context, the traditional design pattern applicable, and the Scala way. Having previous knowledge of design patterns will help, though it is not strictly necessary. What You Will Learn Get to know about functional programming and the value Scala's FP idioms bring to the table Solve day-to-day programming problems using functional programming idioms Cut down the boiler-plate and express patterns simply and elegantly using Scala's concise syntax Tame system complexity by reducing the moving parts Write easier to reason about concurrent code using the actor paradigm and the Akka library Apply recursive thinking and understand how to create solutions without mutation Reuse existing code to compose new behavior Combine the object-oriented and functional programming approaches for effective programming using Scala In Detail Scala is used to construct elegant class hierarchies for maximum code reuse and extensibility and to implement their behavior using higher-order functions. Its functional programming (FP) features are a boon to help you design “easy to reason about” systems to control the growing software complexities. Knowing how and where to apply the many Scala techniques is challenging. Looking at Scala best practices in the context of what you already know helps you grasp these concepts quickly, and helps you see where and why to use them. This book begins with the rationale behind patterns to help you understand where and why each pattern is applied. You will discover what tail recursion brings to your table and will get an understanding of how to create solutions without mutations. We then explain the concept of memorization and infinite sequences for on-demand computation. Further, the book takes you through Scala's stackable traits and dependency injection, a popular technique to produce loosely-coupled software systems. You will also explore how to currying favors to your code and how to simplify it by de-construction via pattern matching. We also show you how to do pipeline transformations using higher order functions such as the pipes and filters pattern. Then we guide you through the increasing importance of concurrent programming and the pitfalls of traditional code concurrency. Lastly, the book takes a paradigm shift to show you the different techniques that functional programming brings to your plate. This book is an invaluable source to help you understand and perform functional programming and solve common programming problems using Scala's programming patterns. Style and approach This is a hands-on guide to Scala's game-changing features for programming. It is filled with many code examples and figures that illustrate various Scala idioms and best practices.

Scala Cookbook

Recipes for Object-Oriented and Functional Programming

Author: Alvin Alexander

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 1449340326

Category: Computers

Page: 722

View: 7509

Save time and trouble when using Scala to build object-oriented, functional, and concurrent applications. With more than 250 ready-to-use recipes and 700 code examples, this comprehensive cookbook covers the most common problems you’ll encounter when using the Scala language, libraries, and tools. It’s ideal not only for experienced Scala developers, but also for programmers learning to use this JVM language. Author Alvin Alexander (creator of DevDaily.com) provides solutions based on his experience using Scala for highly scalable, component-based applications that support concurrency and distribution. Packed with real-world scenarios, this book provides recipes for: Strings, numeric types, and control structures Classes, methods, objects, traits, and packaging Functional programming in a variety of situations Collections covering Scala's wealth of classes and methods Concurrency, using the Akka Actors library Using the Scala REPL and the Simple Build Tool (SBT) Web services on both the client and server sides Interacting with SQL and NoSQL databases Best practices in Scala development

Die Macht der Abstraktion

Einführung in die Programmierung

Author: Herbert Klaeren,Michael Sperber

Publisher: Springer-Verlag

ISBN: 9783835101555

Category: Computers

Page: 321

View: 8207

"Die Macht der Abstraktion" ist eine Einführung in die Entwicklung von Programmen und die dazugehörigen formalen Grundlagen. Im Zentrum stehen Konstruktionsanleitungen, die die systematische Konstruktion von Programmen fördern, sowie Techniken zur Abstraktion, welche die Umsetzung der Konstruktionsanleitungen ermöglichen. In der Betonung systematischer Konstruktion unterscheidet sich dieses Buch drastisch von den meisten anderen Einführungen in die Programmierung. Die vermittelten Grundlagen und Techniken sind unabhängig von einer bestimmten Programmiersprache. Zur Illustration und zum Training der Programmierung dient Scheme, eine kleine und leicht erlernbare Programmiersprache, die es erlaubt, die Konzepte der Programmierung zu präsentieren, ohne Zeit mit der Konstruktvielfalt anderer Programmiersprachen zu verlieren. Entsprechend vermittelt dieses Buch fortgeschrittene Techniken. Scheme-Könner sind in der Lage, andere Programmiersprachen in kürzester Zeit zu erlernen.

Functional Programming, Simplified

(Scala Edition)

Author: Alvin Alexander

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781979788786

Category:

Page: 780

View: 2592

If you've had trouble trying to learn Functional Programming (FP), you're not alone. In this book, Alvin Alexander -- author of the Scala Cookbook and former teacher of Java and Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) classes -- writes about his own problems in trying to understand FP, and how he finally conquered it. What he originally learned is that experienced FP developers are driven by two goals: to use only immutable values, and write only pure functions. What he later learned is that they have these goals as the result of another larger goal: they want all of their code to look and work just like algebra. While that sounds simple, it turns out that these goals require them to use many advanced Scala features -- which they often use all at the same time. As a result, their code can look completely foreign to novice FP developers. As Mr. Alexander writes, "When you first see their code it's easy to ask, 'Why would anyone write code like this?'" Mr. Alexander answers that "Why?" question by explaining the benefits of writing pure functional code. Once you understand those benefits -- your motivation for learning FP -- he shares five rules for programming in the book: All fields must be immutable ('val' fields). All functions must be pure functions. Null values are not allowed. Whenever you use an 'if' you must also use an 'else'. You won't create OOP classes that encapsulate data and behavior; instead you'll design data structures using Scala 'case' classes, and write pure functions that operate on those data structures. In the book you'll see how those five, simple rules naturally lead you to write pure, functional code that reads like algebra. He also shares one more Golden Rule for learning: Always ask "Why"? Lessons in the book include: How and why to write only pure functions Why pure function signatures are much more important than OOP method signatures Why recursion is a natural tool for functional programming, and how to write recursive algorithms Because the Scala 'for' expression is so important to FP, dozens of pages explain the details of how it works In the end you'll see that monads aren't that difficult because they're a natural extension of the Five Rules The book finishes with lessons on FP data modeling, and two main approaches for organizing your pure functions As Mr. Alexander writes, "In this book I take the time to explain all of the concepts that are used to write FP code in Scala. As I learned from my own experience, once you understand the Five Rules and the small concepts, you can understand Scala/FP." Please note that because of the limits on how large a printed book can be, the paperback version does not include all of the chapters that are in the Kindle eBook. The following lessons are not in the paperback version: Grandma's Cookies (a story about pure functions) The ScalaCheck lessons The Type Classes lessons The appendices Because those lessons didn' fit in the print version, they have been made freely available online. (Alvin Alexander (alvinalexander.com) wrote the popular Scala Cookbook for O'Reilly, and also self-published two other books, How I Sold My Business: A Personal Diary, and A Survival Guide for New Consultants.)

Learning Scala

Practical Functional Programming for the JVM

Author: Jason Swartz

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 1449368832

Category: Computers

Page: 256

View: 9968

Why learn Scala? You don’t need to be a data scientist or distributed computing expert to appreciate this object-oriented functional programming language. This practical book provides a comprehensive yet approachable introduction to the language, complete with syntax diagrams, examples, and exercises. You’ll start with Scala's core types and syntax before diving into higher-order functions and immutable data structures. Author Jason Swartz demonstrates why Scala’s concise and expressive syntax make it an ideal language for Ruby or Python developers who want to improve their craft, while its type safety and performance ensures that it’s stable and fast enough for any application. Learn about the core data types, literals, values, and variables Discover how to think and write in expressions, the foundation for Scala's syntax Write higher-order functions that accept or return other functions Become familiar with immutable data structures and easily transform them with type-safe and declarative operations Create custom infix operators to simplify existing operations or even to start your own domain-specific language Build classes that compose one or more traits for full reusability, or create new functionality by mixing them in at instantiation

Professional Scala

Combine object-oriented and functional programming to build high-performance applications

Author: Mads Hartmann,Ruslan Shevchenko

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1789534704

Category: Computers

Page: 186

View: 8778

If your application source code is overly verbose, it can be a nightmare to maintain. Write concise and expressive, type-safe code in an environment that lets you build for the JVM, browser, and more. Key Features Expert guidance that shows you to efficiently use both object-oriented and functional programming techniques Understand functional programming libraries, such as Cats and Scalaz, and use them to augment your Scala development Perfectly balances theory and hands-on exercises, assessments, and activities Book Description This book teaches you how to build and contribute to Scala programs, recognizing common patterns and techniques used with the language. You’ll learn how to write concise, functional code with Scala. After an introduction to core concepts, syntax, and writing example applications with scalac, you’ll learn about the Scala Collections API and how the language handles type safety via static types out-of-the-box. You’ll then learn about advanced functional programming patterns, and how you can write your own Domain Specific Languages (DSLs). By the end of the book, you’ll be equipped with the skills you need to successfully build smart, efficient applications in Scala that can be compiled to the JVM. What you will learn Understand the key language syntax and core concepts for application development Master the type system to create scalable type-safe applications while cutting down your time spent debugging Understand how you can work with advanced data structures via built-in features such as the Collections library Use classes, objects, and traits to transform a trivial chatbot program into a useful assistant Understand what are pure functions, immutability, and higher-order functions Recognize and implement popular functional programming design patterns Who this book is for This is an ideal book for developers who are looking to learn Scala, and is particularly well suited for Java developers looking to migrate across to Scala for application development on the JVM.

Learning Functional Programming in Go

Change the way you approach your applications using functional programming in Go

Author: Lex Sheehan

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1787286045

Category: Computers

Page: 670

View: 2861

Function literals, Monads, Lazy evaluation, Currying, and more About This Book Write concise and maintainable code with streams and high-order functions Understand the benefits of currying your Golang functions Learn the most effective design patterns for functional programming and learn when to apply each of them Build distributed MapReduce solutions using Go Who This Book Is For This book is for Golang developers comfortable with OOP and interested in learning how to apply the functional paradigm to create robust and testable apps. Prior programming experience with Go would be helpful, but not mandatory. What You Will Learn Learn how to compose reliable applications using high-order functions Explore techniques to eliminate side-effects using FP techniques such as currying Use first-class functions to implement pure functions Understand how to implement a lambda expression in Go Compose a working application using the decorator pattern Create faster programs using lazy evaluation Use Go concurrency constructs to compose a functionality pipeline Understand category theory and what it has to do with FP In Detail Functional programming is a popular programming paradigm that is used to simplify many tasks and will help you write flexible and succinct code. It allows you to decompose your programs into smaller, highly reusable components, without applying conceptual restraints on how the software should be modularized. This book bridges the language gap for Golang developers by showing you how to create and consume functional constructs in Golang. The book is divided into four modules. The first module explains the functional style of programming; pure functional programming (FP), manipulating collections, and using high-order functions. In the second module, you will learn design patterns that you can use to build FP-style applications. In the next module, you will learn FP techniques that you can use to improve your API signatures, to increase performance, and to build better Cloud-native applications. The last module delves into the underpinnings of FP with an introduction to category theory for software developers to give you a real understanding of what pure functional programming is all about, along with applicable code examples. By the end of the book, you will be adept at building applications the functional way. Style and approach This book takes a pragmatic approach and shows you techniques to write better functional constructs in Golang. We'll also show you how use these concepts to build robust and testable apps.

Scala: From a Functional Programming Perspective

An Introduction to the Programming Language

Author: Vicenç Torra

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319464817

Category: Computers

Page: 124

View: 4781

This book gives an introduction to the programming language Scala. It presents it from a functional programming perspective. The book explains with detail functional programming and recursivity, and includes chapters on lazy and eager evaluation, streams, higher-order functions (including map, fold, reduce, and aggregate), and algebraic data types. The book also describes the object-oriented aspects of Scala, as they are a fundamental part of the language. In addition, the book includes a chapter on parallelism in Scala, giving an overview of the actor model.

Clean Code - Refactoring, Patterns, Testen und Techniken für sauberen Code

Deutsche Ausgabe

Author: Robert C. Martin

Publisher: MITP-Verlags GmbH & Co. KG

ISBN: 3826696387

Category: Computers

Page: 480

View: 3637

h2> Kommentare, Formatierung, Strukturierung Fehler-Handling und Unit-Tests Zahlreiche Fallstudien, Best Practices, Heuristiken und Code Smells Clean Code - Refactoring, Patterns, Testen und Techniken für sauberen Code Aus dem Inhalt: Lernen Sie, guten Code von schlechtem zu unterscheiden Sauberen Code schreiben und schlechten Code in guten umwandeln Aussagekräftige Namen sowie gute Funktionen, Objekte und Klassen erstellen Code so formatieren, strukturieren und kommentieren, dass er bestmöglich lesbar ist Ein vollständiges Fehler-Handling implementieren, ohne die Logik des Codes zu verschleiern Unit-Tests schreiben und Ihren Code testgesteuert entwickeln Selbst schlechter Code kann funktionieren. Aber wenn der Code nicht sauber ist, kann er ein Entwicklungsunternehmen in die Knie zwingen. Jedes Jahr gehen unzählige Stunden und beträchtliche Ressourcen verloren, weil Code schlecht geschrieben ist. Aber das muss nicht sein. Mit Clean Code präsentiert Ihnen der bekannte Software-Experte Robert C. Martin ein revolutionäres Paradigma, mit dem er Ihnen aufzeigt, wie Sie guten Code schreiben und schlechten Code überarbeiten. Zusammen mit seinen Kollegen von Object Mentor destilliert er die besten Praktiken der agilen Entwicklung von sauberem Code zu einem einzigartigen Buch. So können Sie sich die Erfahrungswerte der Meister der Software-Entwicklung aneignen, die aus Ihnen einen besseren Programmierer machen werden – anhand konkreter Fallstudien, die im Buch detailliert durchgearbeitet werden. Sie werden in diesem Buch sehr viel Code lesen. Und Sie werden aufgefordert, darüber nachzudenken, was an diesem Code richtig und falsch ist. Noch wichtiger: Sie werden herausgefordert, Ihre professionellen Werte und Ihre Einstellung zu Ihrem Beruf zu überprüfen. Clean Code besteht aus drei Teilen:Der erste Teil beschreibt die Prinzipien, Patterns und Techniken, die zum Schreiben von sauberem Code benötigt werden. Der zweite Teil besteht aus mehreren, zunehmend komplexeren Fallstudien. An jeder Fallstudie wird aufgezeigt, wie Code gesäubert wird – wie eine mit Problemen behaftete Code-Basis in eine solide und effiziente Form umgewandelt wird. Der dritte Teil enthält den Ertrag und den Lohn der praktischen Arbeit: ein umfangreiches Kapitel mit Best Practices, Heuristiken und Code Smells, die bei der Erstellung der Fallstudien zusammengetragen wurden. Das Ergebnis ist eine Wissensbasis, die beschreibt, wie wir denken, wenn wir Code schreiben, lesen und säubern. Dieses Buch ist ein Muss für alle Entwickler, Software-Ingenieure, Projektmanager, Team-Leiter oder Systemanalytiker, die daran interessiert sind, besseren Code zu produzieren. Über den Autor: Robert C. »Uncle Bob« Martin entwickelt seit 1970 professionell Software. Seit 1990 arbeitet er international als Software-Berater. Er ist Gründer und Vorsitzender von Object Mentor, Inc., einem Team erfahrener Berater, die Kunden auf der ganzen Welt bei der Programmierung in und mit C++, Java, C#, Ruby, OO, Design Patterns, UML sowie Agilen Methoden und eXtreme Programming helfen.

Spring im Einsatz

Author: Craig Walls

Publisher: Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH Co KG

ISBN: 3446429468

Category: Computers

Page: 428

View: 1242

SPRING IM EINSATZ // - Spring 3.0 auf den Punkt gebracht: Die zentralen Konzepte anschaulich und unterhaltsam erklärt. - Praxis-Know-how für den Projekteinsatz: Lernen Sie Spring mit Hilfe der zahlreichen Codebeispiele aktiv kennen. - Im Internet: Der vollständige Quellcode für die Applikationen dieses Buches Das Spring-Framework gehört zum obligatorischen Grundwissen eines Java-Entwicklers. Spring 3 führt leistungsfähige neue Features wie die Spring Expression Language (SpEL), neue Annotationen für IoC-Container und den lang ersehnten Support für REST ein. Es gibt keinen besseren Weg, um sich Spring anzueignen, als dieses Buch - egal ob Sie Spring gerade erst entdecken oder sich mit den neuen 3.0-Features vertraut machen wollen. Craig Walls setzt in dieser gründlich überarbeiteten 2. Auflage den anschaulichen und praxisorientierten Stil der Vorauflage fort. Er bringt als Autor sein Geschick für treffende und unterhaltsame Beispiele ein, die das Augenmerk direkt auf die Features und Techniken richten, die Sie wirklich brauchen. Diese Auflage hebt die wichtigsten Aspekte von Spring 3.0 hervor: REST, Remote-Services, Messaging, Security, MVC, Web Flow und vieles mehr. Das finden Sie in diesem Buch: - Die Arbeit mit Annotationen, um die Konfiguration zu reduzieren - Die Arbeit mit REST-konformen Ressourcen - Spring Expression Language (SpEL) - Security, Web Flow usw. AUS DEM INHALT: Spring ins kalte Wasser, Verschalten von Beans, Die XML-Konfiguration in Spring minimalisieren, Aspektorientierung, Zugriff auf die Datenbank, Transaktionen verwalten, Webapplikationen mit Spring MVC erstellen, Die Arbeit mit Spring Web Flow, Spring absichern, Die Arbeit mit Remote-Diensten, Spring und REST, Messaging in Spring, Verwalten von Spring-Beans mit JMX

A Beginner's Guide to Scala, Object Orientation and Functional Programming

Author: John Hunt

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319757717

Category: Computers

Page: 531

View: 2786

Scala is now an established programming language developed by Martin Oderskey and his team at the EPFL. The name Scala is derived from Sca(lable) La(nguage). Scala is a multi-paradigm language, incorporating object oriented approaches with functional programming. Although some familiarity with standard computing concepts is assumed (such as the idea of compiling a program and executing this compiled from etc.) and with basic procedural language concepts (such as variables and allocation of values to these variables) the early chapters of the book do not assume any familiarity with object orientation nor with functional programming These chapters also step through other concepts with which the reader may not be familiar (such as list processing). From this background, the book provides a practical introduction to both object and functional approaches using Scala. These concepts are introduced through practical experience taking the reader beyond the level of the language syntax to the philosophy and practice of object oriented development and functional programming. Students and those actively involved in the software industry will find this comprehensive introduction to Scala invaluable.

Sieben Wochen, sieben Sprachen (Prags)

Author: Bruce A. Tate

Publisher: O'Reilly Germany

ISBN: 3897213230

Category: Computers

Page: 360

View: 2153

Mit diesen sieben Sprachen erkunden Sie die wichtigsten Programmiermodelle unserer Zeit. Lernen Sie die dynamische Typisierung kennen, die Ruby, Python und Perl so flexibel und verlockend macht. Lernen Sie das Prototyp-System verstehen, das das Herzstück von JavaScript bildet. Erfahren Sie, wie das Pattern Matching in Prolog die Entwicklung von Scala und Erlang beeinflusst hat. Entdecken Sie, wie sich die rein funktionale Programmierung in Haskell von der Lisp-Sprachfamilie, inklusive Clojure, unterscheidet. Erkunden Sie die parallelen Techniken, die das Rückgrat der nächsten Generation von Internet-Anwendungen bilden werden. Finden Sie heraus, wie man Erlangs "Lass es abstürzen"-Philosophie zum Aufbau fehlertoleranter Systeme nutzt. Lernen Sie das Aktor-Modell kennen, das das parallele Design bei Io und Scala bestimmt. Entdecken Sie, wie Clojure die Versionierung nutzt, um einige der schwierigsten Probleme der Nebenläufigkeit zu lösen. Hier finden Sie alles in einem Buch. Nutzen Sie die Konzepte einer Sprache, um kreative Lösungen in einer anderen Programmiersprache zu finden – oder entdecken Sie einfach eine Sprache, die Sie bisher nicht kannten. Man kann nie wissen – vielleicht wird sie sogar eines ihrer neuen Lieblingswerkzeuge.