Blog: geekAbyte

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Musing on Monad Transformers
Musing on Monad Transformers
28-07-2018 12:27:57 geekAbyte Advanced
How to Make Aggregates Command Handlers In Axon
In 2015, I created the exploringCQRSwithAxon example project while learning about CQRS and the Axon Framework. When I did, I set up the exam...
21-07-2018 21:55:49 geekAbyte Advanced
ip-num 1.1.0 is Released
ip-num, version 1.1.0 is now available. I will quickly highlight some of the new features, improvement and some bug fixes contained in this ...
14-07-2018 01:03:49 geekAbyte Advanced
Rolling Your Own Monad To Deal With Nested Monads In Scala
In Thoughts On Working With Nested Monad Within The Future Monad In Scala, I wrote about how nested contexts (or technically accurate: neste...
07-07-2018 14:46:02 geekAbyte Advanced
Thoughts On Working With Nested Monad Within The Future Monad In Scala
This post is about nested contexts, specifically with Future. Or more accurately, nested monad within the Future monad. eg: Future[Either[E,...
13-05-2018 06:57:42 geekAbyte Advanced
ip-num 1.0.1 is Released
ip-num, version 1.0.1 is now available. It is mainly a bug fix release. The release contains the following changes/fixes: Fixed the throwing...
19-04-2018 22:03:36 geekAbyte Advanced
An alternative way to interpret usage of curly braces in Scala
I recently came up with what I consider to be a nifty way for reading a particular piece of Scala syntax that I have long found confusing. B...
14-03-2018 01:14:38 geekAbyte Advanced
Exploring Type class in Scala: Conclusion
I remember watching Dan Rosen's excellent video tutorial on Type class in Scala, earlier this year. And I remember the feeling I had, where ...
24-12-2017 06:12:34 geekAbyte Advanced
Three Real-world examples of Type class pattern in Scala
In this post, we are going to look at a couple of examples where the type class pattern has been put to use in Scala. This is the sixth post...
23-12-2017 20:24:27 geekAbyte Advanced
Common forms of Type class pattern in Scala
This post will explore some of the various forms the type class encoding in Scala can take. It is the 5th post in a series of posts on type ...
21-12-2017 21:36:20 geekAbyte Advanced

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