Some weeks ago a client approached us because he wanted some assistance with his IT infrastructure. The client has many systems that interact with each other and are quite tightly coupled. Due to some upcoming changes in their business, the time had come to start thinking about how to improve their architecture. One of the goals of the project was that they wanted the ability to decouple the systems so that they could change systems independently of each other. Our solution ended up being a really powerful combination of Apache Camel and Scala.
At Devoxx 2012 Arjen Poutsma held an excellent presentation on Spring integration in Scala. The project is called spring-scala and offers some very nice features that definitely support Scala projects.
With the creation of spring-scala SpringSource brings (amongst other things) a great dependency injection framework to Scala. Spring is well-known by many developers and has a proven trackrecord.
We’re holding another one of our monthly “Techday” events this week. We organize techdays because we like to stay sharp and have some fun in the process (Check out our previous blog post about why we do techdays).
This month’s techday is on thursday april 26th in our Avisi offices in Arnhem. This time about the Play framework. Want to join the fun?
I just got warfed back to my own timezone. Very tough. Just like timezones in Java / Scala / Ruby / … programming. Very tough every time you mess with it.
This is a “live” blog from day 1 at Devoxx 2011, we will be updating this blog post during the day. You can read all three blogs by following the links below
17.00 – Everybody is excited about going to the conference. We just have to commit our last changes and we’re off to Antwerp!
19:30 – Checked-in at our Hotel and on our way for some delicious beers
?? – Back at our hotel…