As I try to organize things a bit around here, here’s a list of some tutorials I’ve written lately about the Scala collections classes:
The Andreessen Horowitz website has a blog post titled The Crypto Canon which has links to good resources on what a blockchain is, how bitcoin and others work, Ethereum, and much more.
Here’s a look back at the most read “Google Play” posts on Medium in 2017, from the Android Developers Blog.
It’s still a work in progress, but I’m creating a Hello, Scala website as a simple, quick introduction for those interested in learning Scala.
If you’re interested in ScalaFX, here’s a link to their brief documentation, their tutorials on Github, and here’s a link to the ScalaFX versions of the Pro JavaFX book examples.
The following links are a collection of Scala XML tutorials I've written. Most of them come from the Scala Cookbook, while the others were written before I wrote the Cookbook.
Without any further ado, here are the links:
So what I learned tonight is that the Stack Overflow (SO) website has copied my content almost 800 times without linking back to my website once. This image shows the Google search results:
Today is organization day for me, and in an effort to organize everything I've ever written about a Java JFrame, here is a collection of links to all my Java JFrame examples and tutorials.
As a way of helping to organize this website, here is a collection of links to my current JScrollPane tutorials and examples: