Typesafe is now Lightbend; Announces Lagom, an open source Reactive Microservices Framework for Java
I work at Lightbend (formerly Typesafe), and wanted to share what our CEO Mark Brewer, wrote to describe the company's decision to change our name. Look for the bonus announcement of a new project, Lagom, at the end!
Hold onto your hats Scala people – Typesafe is no more. Not because it’s been crushed in a horrific Unicorn stampede or anything like that – there’s just been a name change and rebrand. As of today, the people who brought you Akka and the Play framework now go as ‘Lightbend’.
At OpenCredo and SpectoLabs we’re helping a lot of organisations embrace the microservice architectural style. One problematic pattern we repeatedly see when organisations are migrating from working with a single Java-based monolith to multiple microservices is the development team stumbling with orchestrating multiple services for local development and pipeline-based automated testing. The...
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Alongside the issue of opening up access to STEM for would-be-coders, retaining women who are already in the industry is a key problem. Data showing the general exodus from the industry of the girls who grew up to be programmers is in its abundance – but how do you identify potential causes for this attrition? One group of researchers from the Department of Computer Science North Carolina State...
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