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ZIO News - Issue #27

ZIO News - Issue #27
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It鈥檚 been a while, but we are back with the latest issue of the ZIO newsletter! 馃槑 馃檶
This edition celebrates fantastic news about the release of Caliban 1.0. Big congratulations to Pierre Ricadat & contributors! 馃コ
This issue is also full of Zymposium videos (a weekly meetup organized every Friday by Adam Fraser & Kit Langton), where you can learn from live coding featuring ZIO.馃憦
DevInsideYou has launched a new series on ZIO, which aims to show the development of a TODO application using ZIO. Meanwhile, James Ward and Bruce Eckel have teamed up to write a new book on ZIO, which promises to motivate as well as explain how to build modern applications with Scala 3 and ZIO.
Finally, Functional Scala 2021 is coming up in December, the first post-pandemic Scala event, hosted in the beautiful city of London, at the stunning Royal Geographical Society. In past editions of the conference, 50% of the talks were dedicated to ZIO. Grab your tickets with 15% off for the next 2 weeks only. 馃檶

Major Releases
Release v1.0.0 路 ghostdogpr/caliban 路 GitHub
Release 1.0.9 路 zio/zio 路 GitHub
ZIO Ecosystem
Blog Articles
How to successfully manage a ZIO Fiber鈥檚 lifecycle | by Natan Silnitsky | Wix Engineering | May, 2021 | Medium
Published Talks
Part 1 - What is ZIO and should you learn it?  - Getting Started with #ZIO in #Scala3
Part 1 - What is ZIO and should you learn it? - Getting Started with #ZIO in #Scala3
The ZIO of the Future by John De Goes
The ZIO of the Future by John De Goes
How to Write Unmaintainable (But Wicked Fast!) Code on the JVM by John A. De Goes
How to Write Unmaintainable (But Wicked Fast!) Code on the JVM by John A. De Goes
ZIO WORLD - ZScheduler by Adam Fraser
ZIO WORLD - ZScheduler by Adam Fraser
ZIO WORLD - ZIO ZMX - Development Testing, Deployment by Adam Fraser
ZIO WORLD - ZIO ZMX - Development Testing, Deployment by Adam Fraser
Zymposium - ZIO Prelude
Zymposium - ZIO Prelude
Zymposium - ZIO Schema
Zymposium - ZIO Schema
Zymposium - Prelude Redux (Type-classes without Type-classes)
Zymposium - Prelude Redux (Type-classes without Type-classes)
Zymposium - Full Stack Development (Part 1)
Zymposium - Full Stack Development (Part 1)
Zymposium - Full Stack Development (Part 2)
Zymposium - Full Stack Development (Part 2)
Zymposium - Optics
Zymposium - Optics
Ep 13: Another angle on monad transformers with Zio Prelude
Ep 13: Another angle on monad transformers with Zio Prelude
Events
From Twitter
John A De Goes
ZIO has a lot of rich mathematical structure, without you ever needing to know. But as a user of this open source library, this structure means you have a more predictable experience, with fewer edge cases.

I explain more about this on Reddit:

https://t.co/BHkuOVQ2aK
samgj18
@kitlangton and @adamfraser have been doing an amazing job with Zymposiums. Yet again here we have another meetup, a little less formal but equally enriching.

This time showing how good architecture and best practices look like with ZIO.

https://t.co/kIpdUjTuPo
Kit Langton
Had a perfectly splendid chat this morning with @BruceEckel, @_JamesWard and Bill! 馃挄

You can take part in the splendidness yourself with this handy url.

https://t.co/u8sBw0PdOC
Pierre Ricadat
Improved Caliban docs a little bit. I decided to emphasize on the great interoperability. Didn't realize there was that many!

HTTP server libs:
- Http4s
- Akka HTTP
- Play
- Finch
- ZIO HTTP

JSON libs:
- Circe
- Play JSON
- ZIO JSON

(it doesn't fit in a single tweet 馃槀)
Jay Reddy (位)
I am starting this repo as a small contribution from my end to FP community so that everyone can learn.

Repo is for everyone who want to learn/interested in #ZIO, ZIO-Http, #AKKA Typed, #AKKAStreams & HTTP, Cats & Cats-Effects, and #Scala .

https://t.co/Zb2Tc0Itq9
Pablo P茅rez Garc铆a
Prime number platform. A micro service platform implemented using @finagle for streaming between client/server and @grpcio for communication between services.
All platform implemented using pure functional @zioscala effect system.

https://t.co/YAl1UOFisj

#opensource
Jules Ivanic
ZIO-test aspects are awesome! 馃槏
John A De Goes
Thanks to the efforts of @kitlangton and @adamfraser, ZIO Test now supports smart assertions.

A single `assertTrue` with ordinary Scala code (no matchers / assertions) gives you rich error messages! 鈾ワ笍馃檹 https://t.co/l4m95THzv5
Pierre Ricadat
Added these little badges to all ZIO repositories so people can easily see which projects are usable right away vs which ones are WIP. https://t.co/wrCHEYZmBA
ScalaJobs
馃殌 Huge increase in #zio #scala jobs in the last weeks!

馃敟 Check out all the latest @zioscala jobs here:
https://t.co/VPh2XqfE4d
Pierre Ricadat
Happy to announce the release of Caliban 1.0.0 馃帀

After almost 2 years of developement and the help from 73 contributors, Caliban is mature enough to graduate from 0.x to 1.x.

Also in this release: laminar integration, schema stitching, etc.

Details: https://t.co/KK49iF6R5c
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