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Modernizing Your Aging Architecture: What Every Enterprise Architect Needs To Know About Going Reactive

If you're an Enterprise Architect, the idea of architecture modernization is probably on your mind a lot; with the explosion of Reactive applications now entering the mainstream, understanding the implications of "Going Reactive" is a good thing to look into. After all, what do you do when you need to react quickly to competitive threats or new line of business demands, but your existing architecture is anything but nimble? In this conversational-style webinar with Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, Michael Facemire, and Typesafe Enterprise Advocate, Kevin Webber, we go discuss some of the questions Architects are asking, such as...

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What’s in a name? Typesafe public renaming update (week 3)

It's been exciting times here at Typesafe.  In my four years here, we've grown as a company, and in a recent post by our President and CEO Mark Brewer, we announced that we've decided to change our company name to reflect our own internal changes. As a company dedicated to open source technologies, we thought it also made sense expose this journey to the community, and give regular updates during the process. But before I give you an update on the process, first I thought I'd describe why I joined Typesafe.

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Webinar Series: Deep Dive into the Typesafe Reactive Platform

Are you interested in getting started with the Typesafe Reactive Platform but don’t know where to begin? Have you heard about Akka and Play Framework, but don’t know if either is right for your application needs? Join us for this three-part webinar series all about Activator, Play, Akka, and our surrounding ecosystem to better understand how all the pieces work together and start building reactive apps with confidence!

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New White Paper: Overview of Typesafe Reactive Platform

Today we’ve published a short white paper (actually it’s blue…), Introducing the Typesafe Reactive Platform. It offers a guide to Typesafe, a map of our ecosystem and additional resources for education and exploration. The aim of the white paper is to familiarize developers, enterprise architects, dev managers, CTOs, and others with Typesafe technologies and how they are used to build Reactive apps.

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Typesafe Hackathon and Party

September 16, 2013
Typesafe
Events

On September 23rd, Typesafe is excited to host a developer hackathon and roundtable discussion in the afternoon from Noon to 6:00pm. So bring your laptop if you want to get hands-on experience building Reactive apps with the Typesafe Platform.

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Announcing Typesafe's New Coursera Tutoring Program

August 27, 2013
Typesafe
Training

We at Typesafe are excited to introduce a new offering accompanying the popular "Functional Programming Principles in Scala" Coursera class as well as the new "Principles of Reactive Programming" Coursera class: personalized, face-to-face tutoring by experts from Typesafe.

The new Coursera Tutoring program offers weekly one-hour tutoring sessions where participants have the opportunity to discuss all aspects of the course material in-depth.

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Typesafe and Eligotech Partner to Deliver Akka Persistence

August 19, 2013
Typesafe
Akka
Partner

The eventsourced library developed by Martin Krasser for Eligotech has grown into a full-fledged and robust solution for Actor persistence, offering support for reliable command- and event-sourcing, configurable message delivery guarantees, state snapshots and recovery. We are excited to announce that Martin is working with the Akka team in order to transport and transform eventsourced into the akka-persistence module of Akka. Typesafe and Eligotech will collaborate to provide support for this module once it is released as part of Akka 2.3, which is due by the end of this year.

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Developer Contest Winners Pay it Forward

March 25, 2013
Typesafe

Given the wonderful spirit of the community, it's not surprising that our recent Developer Contest took on a charitable spin! Martin Odersky started the trend by donating his JAX Ambassador Award prize money for the contest. Then, two of our winners were extremely generous in donating their prize money....

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