Updates for Gradle, frameless, and more FP news | Lambda World News

Updates for Gradle, frameless, and more FP news | Lambda World News

Here’s a quick look from Lambda World News at some of the recent items making news in the Functional Programming community.

NEWS

Gradle logo Gradle 7.3 | The release of Gradle 7.3 adds support for Java 17 and Scala 3, as well as other features and fixes. Read more about it here: Gradle Release Notes

frameless logo frameless v0.11.0 | A new version of frameless adds Scala 2.13 and Spark 3 support, along with other additions and fixes. Read more about the latest version of this Scala library for working with Spark using more expressive types here: frameless v0.11.0

Erlang logo Erlang website | The Erlang/OTP team recently announced the launch of the new Erlang.org website. Although the design and content are largely unchanged, the new site was built using Erlang + Jekyll + Bootstrap. Check it out here:: Announcing the new erlang.org


SUGGESTED READS

Beginning Apache Spark 3 coverBeginning Apache Spark 3: With DataFrame, Spark SQL, Structured Streaming, and Spark Machine Learning Library - 2nd Edition by Hien Luu


UPCOMING EVENTS

Haskell logo Haskell eXchange 2021
November 15th-17th, 2021
skillsmatter.com/haskellx2021

Scala Love logo Scala Love
February 11, 2022
CFP


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