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revised Why is the Scala Option type not called Maybe, just as in Haskell?
who -> which, from -> by
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comment OS choice for functional developing
the scala plugin for IntelliJ is also free, but I would still recommend Eclipse.
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comment What to do with a 7 button mouse as a programmer?
Mine isn't wireless, but otherwise identical: gadget-paradise.com/0010/hama/computer/wireless-laser-mouse
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comment What to do with a 7 button mouse as a programmer?
@marcelo: Then I suggest you buy one and do that. I bought mine for 12€...
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comment What to do with a 7 button mouse as a programmer?
@kevin: good for you, not relevant to the question though
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comment Do resumable exceptions make any sense?
Java does not have resumable exceptions and this question is a bit too argumentative for SO, I think.
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comment Functional Languages that compile to Android's Dalvik VM?
As long as you don't use large parts of scala's class library, there should not be any significant performance penalty. Also, you can automate the whole process with maven.