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i-am-tom / Json.purs
Last active Jun 2, 2018
Parsing, Generating, and Diffing JSON in PureScript
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module Main where
-- | JSON is an incredibly simple format. Even its lists are untyped.
-- | As with all languages, functional programming encourages us to
-- | make a domain-specific language (or DSL) to capture the "ideas"
-- | of the language, which we can then use to talk about its content.
-- | In this little snippet, we'll build a JSON DSL, transform it into
-- | a recursive structure, and then use that result to generate some
View _MicroService Proxy Gateway Solutions.md

MicroService Proxy Gateway Solutions

Kong, Traefik, Caddy, Linkerd, Fabio, Vulcand, and Netflix Zuul seem to be the most common in microservice proxy/gateway solutions. Kubernetes Ingress is often a simple Ngnix, which is difficult to separate the popularity from other things.

Github Star Trend:

Github Star History for Kong vs traefik vs fabio vs caddy vs Zuul

This is just a picture of this link from March 2, 2019

Originally, I had included some other solution

View getting-started-in-scala.md

Getting Started in Scala

This is my attempt to give Scala newcomers a quick-and-easy rundown to the prerequisite steps they need to a) try Scala, and b) get a standard project up and running on their machine. I'm not going to talk about the language at all; there are plenty of better resources a google search away. This is just focused on the prerequisite tooling and machine setup. I will not be assuming you have any background in JVM languages. So if you're coming from Python, Ruby, JavaScript, Haskell, or anywhere…  I hope to present the information you need without assuming anything.

Disclaimer It has been over a decade since I was new to Scala, and when I was new to Scala, I was coming from a Java and Ruby background. This has probably caused me to unknowingly make some assumptions. Please feel free to call me out in comments/tweets!

One assumption I'm knowingly making is that you're on a Unix-like platform. Sorry, Windows users.

Getting the JVM

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