Having Fun with Play Framework

NFJS, the Magazine - March 2013

Play is a web framework that brings fun back to web development for Java and Scala developers. I know what you are thinking: "Oh no, another web framework?" Before you turn to the next article, give me five minutes to make the case that developers building web applications for the JVM cannot avoid Play Framework. I am certain that it will impress you.

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About Nilanjan Raychaudhuri

Nilanjan Raychaudhuri

Author of "Scala in Action"

Nilanjan is a consultant and trainer for Typesafe. He started his professional career as a software developer in 2000 using object oriented programming languages. Nilanjan has previously worked with IBM, ThoughtWorks and LivingSocial where he gained a lot of experience in managing and developing software solutions in Java/JEE, Ruby, Groovy and also in Scala. He is zealous about programming in Scala ever since he got introduced to this beautiful language. Currently he spends his spare time working on the scala-webmachine open source project (restful resource framework). In the past Nilanjan worked on other open source projects and libraries. At Typesafe he is mainly teaching and designing Scala and Play courses and helping customers to adopt these technologies. Nilanjan enjoys sharing his experience via talks at various conferences. He is also the author of the “Scala in Action” book.

NFJS, the Magazine - March 2013

NFJS the Magazine - March 2013

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