I was asked to review an eBook based on a blog post I wrote a while back on raw sockets in the Boost.Asio C++ library.
I about tore my hair out on this one.
Did you know that I had a brief stint as a radio personality? Well, sort of…
This past week I got to play with the cross-platform Asio and Boost.Asio C++ libraries for socket programming.
If you download Scala from the official site, it comes as a tgz archive of folders containing binaries. In other words, it’s a stand-alone install that you can put wherever you want. If you’re like me and would prefer Scala tucked away in the operating system, you’ll want to start by installing the awesome Mac package manager, Homebrew.