Lambda World News | Functional Programming Headlines for the week of March 15th, 2021
- by Jason McClellan
- March 15, 2021
- scala• kotlin• clojure• ocaml• lambda world• functional programming
- 2 minutes to read.
Here’s a quick look from Lambda World News at some of the recent items making news in the Functional Programming community.
sbt 1.4.9 | sbt 1.4.9 is a patch release that fixes the IntelliJ import breakages. Read about the update here: sbt 1.4.9
Google Summer of Code | The Scala Center has been accepted as a mentor organization for this year’s Google Summer of Code. Read more about it here: Scala Center at GSOC 2021
Kotlin Early Access Preview | You can participate in the Kotlin Early Access Preview (EAP) to try out the latest Kotlin features before they are released. Learn how here: Kotlin EAP
FSML 0.3.0 | A new version of FSML, an OCaml library for describing and simulating synchronous finite state machines, was recently released. Read about version 0.3.0 here: FSML 0.3.0
Babashka SQL Pods 0.0.3 | Version 0.0.3 of Babashka SQL Pods was just released. Pods like this are used as a Clojure library by Babashka—a native Clojure interpreter for scripting. Read about version 0.3.0 here: Babashka SQL pods 0.0.3
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