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Working with databases in Scala using SLICK / ScalaQuery
Sick of heavy web application frameworks with endless amounts of boilerplate code? Play 2.0 combines the ease of Rails with the power of the JVM into a web application framework that makes it fun to do web applications again. This talk will be for beginners and intermediates of Play alike. The talk has two parts: - the basics of Play and how to get started - non-blocking behavior in Play applications
We will, as always, also be heading to the Slaughtered Lamb pub afterwards.
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Will this talk be available online afterwards?
0 · September 26, 2012
Hows this for an answer
Are slides for last night's Play lecture available and podcast too ?
0 · September 28, 2012
As far as answers go that's pretty good! Thanks.
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