This blog post describes my Apache Archiva setup with nginx on bleibinha.us/archiva . I use it as a build artifact repository for my Scala projects built by sbt . This post also describes how I modify my sbt projects to deploy successfully to Archiva.
This post is just a copy. I published the original at Bench labs . The post gives an introduction to the Scala library Scalaz including a rationale. It explains some simple to use Scalaz features including Tagging, the Equal typeclass, Scalaz's take on Options, \/ ("the other Either") and Validation.
In this post I am describing my terminal and shell setup under Mac OS X. It uses the combination of iTerm2 and Fish enhanced by a few selected plugins and scripts namely oh-my-fish , autojump and bd . iTerm2 is a powerful replacement of Terminal , while Fish is an interactive and user friendly modern shell.
This post is about the business rules engine Drools in combination with Scala . I have recently started to become interested in business rules engines and I am eager to find promising solutions in combination with the powerful programming language Scala. In this post I introduce the concept of business rules engines and the main motivations to use one. As a follow up in the post, I give a short overview of the rules engine Drools. In an example which can be found on Github, I show how Drools can be used in combination with Scala, explaining various implementation details. I also describe the problems I encountered by using Drools with Scala and how I fixed them.