Author Archives: Paulo "JCranky" Siqueira

Scala World 2017

Scala World 2017 So this year I managed to go to Scala World again and, like last year, it was awesome. Also like last year the event featured some extra activities, outdoors. And unlike last year, this time I participated … Continue reading

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A plea for small Pull Requests

A Plea For Small Pull Requests Pull Requests (PRs) are the norm today when it comes to common software development practices in teams. It is the right way to submit code changes so that your peers can check them out, … Continue reading

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Lots of Fun in Brazil

This year – 2017 if you reading somewhere from the future, between late April and early May I visited Brazil. I obviously took the time to visit family and friends, but I want to talk about something else: I attended … Continue reading

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Scalar Conf 2017 – A quick visit to Warsaw

And so I got a last minute opportunity to attend Scalar Conf 2017. It was the first time I attended to this event, and also the first time I went to Warsaw – which is where the event took place. … Continue reading

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Six things I learned at Scala eXchange 2016

In December 2016 I attended Scala eXchange 2016 – a traditional and quite interesting Scala conference that occurs every year in London, UK. I had the opportunity to attend it for the 4th time, and like every previous one, it … Continue reading

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A Scala Book… in Portuguese

It took me a while. A very long while, actually, but it is finally out: I have written a Scala book! The only gotcha here is that it is in Portuguese. And as far as I know (I might be … Continue reading

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Implicit conversions in Specs2 gone mad

Hidiho! In this resurrection post I want to talk a little bit about a problem we faced recently at CarJump (how I ended up there is an story for another post) with Specs2 and Mockito. Actually, the issue I want … Continue reading

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