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Re: [lsug] The next Scala Dojo project

From: Patrice
Sent on: Thursday, October 13, 2011 12:06 PM

I'm not sure about the longer projects but I like the idea of a web app with Lift.
The use of CI is a great idea.


On 13 Oct 2011, at 11:37, Pawel Krupinski wrote:

> Hi guys and gals.
> At the last Scala Dojo I was asked if we should do a bigger project at
> the Scala Dojos - spanning at least couple of meetings if not couple
> of months.
> Old timers remember the was Minesweeper dragged for months, but with
> the new formula we could probably make a big project work.
> One approach would be for to make the project modular and each of the
> teams would work on one of the modules. To keep the teams focussed, we
> would start by writing integration tests ensuring proper interaction /
> APIs of the modules, maybe even set up a continuous integration build
> running somewhere. This way we would also ensure that the code is
> frequently commited to the repo.
> So tell me, what would you like to work on? Some kind of algorithmic
> challenge, a webapp maybe (this way we could also learn Lift) or
> something else?
>       Cheers
>       Paweł
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