Monthly Archives: November 2014

Writing a DSL with Scala Parser Combinators

Scala parser combinators provide a very easy way to construct your own domain specific languages (DSLs). Let’s look at a simple example. Suppose that you work on a large application which produces various report files on a scheduled basis. You … Continue reading

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Optimistic locking and versioning with Hibernate

Just put a small example of Hibernate optimistic locking and versioning on github: Hibernate uses an optimistic locking strategy, based on versioning. This means it tries to avoid taking a lock on data and instead relies on having a … Continue reading

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