If you haven’t heard, the latest version of Groovy was released this week and included with it, among many other great features, was Grape (Groovy Advanced Packaging Engine). Grape is an annotation based dependency management system that provides functionality similar to that of Maven and Ivy with one clear advantage, namely, no build file.
This post describes the steps involved when setting up Time Machine to backup to a Network Drive. These steps are only required if you want to back up to a device other than a Time Capsule. It is pretty quick and easy, so without further due, lets get started.
In this second installment of Scala Sugar, lets put the lists that we created in the previous post to use.
If I want to become a real Scala Ninja, I am going to have change the way I think about coding. For the past 10 years I have been programming primarily using the object oriented paradigm. Although Scala supports pure object oriented programming, it is my desire to learn to program in Scala in a complete functional paradigm.
This post was updated on November 19, 2009.