Nilanjan is the author of the "Scala in Action" book, and has more than 12 years of experience managing and developing software solutions in Java/JEE, Ruby, Groovy and Scala.
Talks I've Given
Functional I/O in Scala
Featuring Nilanjan Raychaudhuri
I/O is usually quite hard to tackle in a functional way. The predominant paradigm for I/O is the cursor. A cursor is a data structure that holds the current state of an I/O resource and provides a function to retrieve the next data available from that resource. This approach lacks some very...technique