Four reasons to try Scala and love it

I’ve been working a lot with Scala in the last few weeks. It is an amazing programming language, to say the least. It’s terse, intuitive, unambiguous. And a real treat when you want to do stuff. It’s the programming language of the future. If only it would get more support and momentum going for it. Plus, the quantity of online resources available is just mind boggling.

Below are my N reasons why Scala is the best JVM language. Continue reading “Four reasons to try Scala and love it”

Developing a pattern to your coding process

A lot of people will learn great things and become extremely good at those things. But a lot of those people, although they are very good at what they do, may not have a formal process that they are aware of. Or may not have discovered a pattern to that process.

I’ve recently been doing a lot of coding exercises on HackerRank. And I’ve discovered a simple process to development. Something I’ve always been doing but never thought much about. Sure, there are a lot of processes involved in software development. This includes TDD, integration testing, CI, CD, and so on. But there’s an even simpler one that I’ve been taking for granted. Continue reading “Developing a pattern to your coding process”