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The road to sbt 1.0 is paved with server

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Published on Jan 4, 2016

This talk details the technical outline of the sbt as a server/service. We start of with an architectural discussion of what the sbt server is and who it is for, along with how it will help the entire scala ecosystem.Next we look into the fun details including guides for various users: Details of the client API design for IDEs and other consumers of sbtDetails for how existing plugin authors can interact with IDEsExample usages in the wild (Play, Activator)


Authors:
Josh Suereth
Josh Suereth is a Senior Software Engineer at Typesafe and the author of Scala In Depth . He started his professional career as a software developer in 2004 using programming languages like C++, Perl and Java. In 2009 he began writing the book Scala In Depth which provides practical support for using Scala in every day applications. Josh regularly shares his expertise in articles and talks.

Eugene Yokota
Eugene Yokota (@eed3si9n) works on sbt at Typesafe. He has also written and maintained sbt plugins like sbt-assembly and sbt-buildinfo. When he can find time, he also works on personal projects like scalaxb, scopt, and treehugger.scala and writes blog articles on eed3si9n.com, 'learning Scalaz' series, and translates Scala documentations into Japanese.

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