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We have lots of exciting content for you this week to catch up on, from Kafka Streams to Implicit evidence we have it all.
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Our first read is from Gabriel Volpe, FP Software Engineer. The post is called Context bound vs Implicit evidence: Performance.
Our second post is from Daniel Spiewak, CTO at SlamData. This is a talk from ScalaIO France called The Making of an IO.
Our third read is from Gwen Shapira, Software Engineer. This post is called The Case for Database-First Pipelines.
Our fourth read is from Seth Tisue, Senior Software Engineer. This post is called Proposal to deprecate and remove symbol literals.
Our fifth read is from John Roesler, Software Engineer. This post is called Kafka Streams' Take on Watermarks and Triggers.
Our final post is from Michael Pilquist, Distinguished Engineer. This post is called FSiS Part 1 - Type Constructors, Functors, and Kind Projector.
Don't miss out on all the reads from last week, catch up here.
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