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Signify's Sunday Reads - 24th May Week #4

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We hope everyone is enjoying another sunny bank holiday weekend, here in the UK it seems we have been having them more often than not recently...

But you don't need to worry about getting bored, you can get your weekly update on everything programming right here. 

First up, we have Time traveling in testes with Cats Effects by Krzysztof Ciesielski he simply identifies a problem and provides a solution, with code examples - exactly what you want and a quick read!

Secondly, we have Orchestrating startup and shutdown in Scala which looks at different ways you can best manage the lifecycle of any Scala process. Jonas Chapuis's article is made up of a series of abstractions and diagrams. 

Next up, asserting that the Scala hype is over, from Hayoi's Programming Blog is The Death of the Hype: What's Next for Scala?

Another one, this time looking specifically at the architecture of Scala back-end we have Architecting a flexible and purely functional Scala back-end using Slick and Tagless Final by Christian Johnston is perfect if you are looking for a bit of a longer read!

And last but not least we have Akka Stream Coexistence With Akka Typed. This article focuses in on Creating Stream Sources, Sinks and Flows and is by Data Engineer Bora Kaplan

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