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2 DAY CONFERENCE

Scala eXchange 2017

Topics covered at #scalax
Book Now: £895 £550 + VAT Book by 17th July and pay just £550!

Thursday, 14th - Friday, 15th December at Business Design Centre, London

Debasish Ghosh, Bartosz Milewski and Holden Karau. will be speaking. Starts at 9:00 AM.

Want to understand where Scala is going, what’s Lightbend’s vision for collaboration, competition and interoperability in Scala? How the Dotty project will help develop new technology for Scala tooling and concepts for future Scala language versions? Are you involved in a large Microservices or Big Data project and want to learn how the Reactive Architecture and SMACK stack help address common challenges? Join Scala eXchange 2017!

Join us at Scala eXchange 2017 on December 14-15th

Join Scala eXchange 2017, the go-to conference to discover and learn all the latest developments in the Scala world.

Thank you for making Scala eXchange 2016 such an amazing conference! We hope you've enjoyed it as much as we did! Find below some more information, and stay in the loop!

Last year's highlights included keynotes from Martin Odersky, Heather Miller, Erik Osheim, Adrian Moors, and some of the topics explored were shapeless, machine learning, typelevel, streams, spark, JSONPath, Cassandra, and more!


Tickets

Registration is open and we have some great Early Bird offers available so if you are planning to join us for two days packed with scala fun, get your skates on and book your ticket today!

Call for Papers now OPEN!

Would you like to speak at Scala eXchange 2017? We want to hear your talk proposals!

Talks will be selected by Skills Matter and the Programme Committee on the basis of making the conference a varied, diverse and valuable event. Submission is open to anyone, and we encourage first-time speakers to submit a proposal. Members of the Programme Committee are happy to offer coaching and assistance on talk proposals.

We strongly encourage first-time speakers to be part of our programmes. If your talk will be selected, you will have the opportunity to attend Jenny Martin's course "Giving Engaging Technical Talks at Conferences and Meetups".

Following the suggestions we've received through the Call for Thoughts and your feedback, we've put together a call for some key topics and any others you may have in mind! Click here to find out more and submit your proposal.

Get Involved

Would you like to help us facilitate a great conference? Help us set up the conference spaces, introduce talks and speakers, field Q&A questions with mics, or support some of the workshops and hacks we've got in store? Sign up as a volunteer and get a free ticket to the conference!

Code of Conduct

Please find our Code of Conduct here.

Join us for the ScalaX Bytes evening events at CodeNode

Want to stay in the loop with the latest developments within the Scala community?

Join us at the brand new ScalaX Bytes series we'll be hosting at CodeNode leading up to Scala eXchange 2017!

Find more information here!

Impressions of last year

Thanks to our sponsors

Keynote: The Magic Behind Spark

Thrilled to have Holden with us for this magical Keynote!

Holden Karau

Holden Karau is transgender Canadian, Apache Spark committer, an active open source contributor, and co-author of _Learning Spark_ & _High Performance Spark_. When not in San Francisco working as a software development engineer at IBM’s Spark Technology Center, Holden talks internationally on Spark and holds office hours at coffee shops at home and abroad. She makes frequent contributions to Spark, specializing in PySpark and Machine Learning. Prior to IBM she worked on a variety of distributed, search, and classification problems at Alpine, Databricks, Google, Foursquare, and Amazon. She graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Mathematics in Computer Science.

Keynote: The Maths Behind Types

You often think of types as specifying data layouts in computer memory. You have bytes, shorts, floats, and arrays, which are very close to the metal. But then you have integers and Booleans, which are abstractions taken from math. And then there are algebraic data types, and function types. During this talk, you can discover where these come from. There is some fascinating math behind types that you can learn from. It was first developed to avoid paradoxes in the naive set theory, and then it was linked to constructive logic and category theory. For instance, did you know that function types are defined in a cartesian closed category (Bartosz will share what it is)? Or that implementing a function is equivalent to proving a theorem? This "higher math" is actually quite approachable, if you're a programmer.

Bartosz Milewski

Bartosz started as a physicist. He has a Ph.D. in quantum field theory. Then he got into programming, worked eight years for Microsoft as a software engineer implementing the search engine in Windows. He wrote a book about C++ and started a popular programming blog. He rediscovered his fascination with mathematics through Haskell. His blog turned into an online book on category theory for programmers.

Keynote: Architectural patterns in Building Modular Domain Models

A successful domain model is built through the confluence of several architectural patterns. As Christopher Alexander suggested, you can call these patterns generative when the architecture of the model evolves from the individual patterns similar to how genetic material or DNA generates the form of organisms. An alternative way to think of this is when the domain model as a whole evolves as a compositional structure from each of its piecemeal components.

Functional programming in a statically typed language provides a great substrate for evolution of compositional domain models. The typesystem allows you to define your domain model as an algebra comprising of domain entities as algebraic data types, domain behaviors as functions and domain rules as the laws of the abstractions. You will learn how to approach domain API design through the algebra of types that not only make the APIs statically verifiable but also employ techniques to encode quite a bit of domain logic as part of the API itself.

You will discover Scala as the implementation language, though the techniques discussed will be equally applicable for any functional language with a powerful type system.

During this talk, you will explore the various dimensions of the model evolution starting from inception of the APIs, going through the lifecycles of composition and refinement of the APIs and finally making them resilient through exception handling and effect tracking. Here are some of the design techniques that you will discover:

  1. Domain API evolution through the algebra of types

  2. API refinement using techniques like phantom types

  3. API composition through algebraic structures like monoid and monad

  4. Domain error handling through types

  5. Effect handling through types

  6. Modularization using techniques like free monads and tagless final

Debasish Ghosh

Passionate about technology, loves functional programming, maths and machine learning.

Business Design Centre

Situated in Islington, one of London’s most vibrant areas, the BDC is within walking distance of Angel tube station and relatively close to Kings Cross, Farringdon, Liverpool Street and Euston stations. Conveniently located outside the congestion charge zone, the venue also benefits from on-site car parking, an adjacent Hilton Hotel, and has disabled access.

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Business Design Centre

52 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 0QH, GB


View details, travel and nearby hotels

Call for Papers is Now OPEN!

Would you like to speak at Scala eXchange? We want to hear your talk proposals!

Talks will be selected by Skills Matter and the Programme Committee on the basis of making the conference a varied, diverse and valuable event. Submission is open to anyone, and we encourage first-time speakers to submit a proposal. Members of the Programme Committee are happy to offer coaching and assistance on talk proposals.

We strongly encourage first-time speakers to be part of our programmes. If your talk will be selected, you will have the opportunity to attend Jenny Martin's course "Giving Engaging Technical Talks at Conferences and Meetups".

Following the suggestions we've received through the Call for Thoughts and your feedback, we would like to encourage submissions around the topics we've highlighted in the form below and any others that you may have in mind!


Volunteer at Scala eXchange 2017!

Interested in Scala technology, and eager to learn the latest news? You have the chance to get a free ticket to Scala eXchange London 2017! All we need from you is some help in setting up the conference on the day prior (Wednesday 13th of December 2017), and some hours of your time on the days of the conference! You will be free to attend the conference for the remainder of the time.

Are you ready then? Email us at <conferences@skillsmatter.com and we will put your name down as a volunteer for Scala eXchange London 2017! Shifts and detailed info will be confirmed about one month prior to the conference.

Community Pages

Available Packages

    • 256-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Engage with the Scala community! Show off your team, projects, tools or devices at your #scalaX conference booth!

      Engagement Benefits
      • Your own booth at Scala eXchange (6mx3m)
      • 8 Exhibitor Tickets
      • 8 Full Conference Tickets to the conference which you can gift to your clients, your engineering team or members of Computing At School (teachers learning computing to teach the new National Computing Curriculum).
      • Six tweets retweeted by @skillsmatter before and during the conference and highlighted as part of tweets trending with #scalaX
      • 50 conference party drink tokens to give away at your booth
      • 3 gifts or printed items in swag bags
      • Your 300-word news item, interview or blog post - plus visual - announced on conference 'Sneak Preview' pages and in social media
      • Your 140 char post-conference news item & hotlinked URL shared in post-conference email shared with all attendees
      • 4 places at speakers dinner
      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo (extra large) on all Scala eXchange sponsor pages
      • Your own dedicated partner page on skillsmatter.com
      • Your logo (extra large) at the bottom of all Scala eXchange conference pages
      • Your logo on Scala eXchange Bytes Meetup pages, which feature monthly community events leading up to the conference
      • Your logo in pre-and post conference attendee news update emails
      • Your logo on name badges worn by every attendee
      • Your logo in the printed conference program booklet
      • Your logo on main stage re-boards and banners throughout the venue
      • Your logo on conference closing speech sponsor 'thank you' slide
      • Your logo on lanyrds worn by each attendee
      • Your logo on conference t-shirts
      • Your logo on conference swag bags
      • Your logo on Scala eXchange party tickets
      • Your logo on Scala eXchange beer mats
      • Your logo on Scala eXchange party banners
    • 128-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Engagement Benefits #####
      • Your own booth at Scala eXchange (4.5mx2.5m)
      • 6 Exhibitor Tickets
      • 6 Full Conference Tickets to the conference which you can gift to your clients, your engineering team or members of Computing At School (teachers learning computing to teach the new National Computing Curriculum).
      • Four tweets retweeted by @skillsmatter before and during the conference and highlighted as part of tweets trending with #scalaX
      • 25 conference party drink tokens to give away at your booth
      • 2 gifts or printed items in swag bags
      • Your 300-word news item, interview or blog post - plus visual - announced on conference 'Sneak Preview' pages and in social media
      • Your 140 char post-conference news item & hotlinked URL shared in post-conference email shared with all attendees
      • 2 places at speakers dinner
      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo (large) on all Scala eXchange sponsor pages
      • Your own dedicated partner page on skillsmatter.com
      • Your logo (large) at the bottom of all Scala eXchange conference pages
      • Your logo on Scala eXchange Bytes Meetup pages, which feature monthly community events leading up to the conference
      • Your logo in pre-and post conference attendee news update emails
      • Your logo on name badges worn by every attendee
      • Your logo in the printed conference program booklet
      • Your logo on main stage re-boards and banners throughout the venue
      • Your logo on conference closing speech sponsor 'thank you' slide
      • Your logo on conference swag bags
      • Your logo on Scala eXchange party tickets
      • Your logo on Scala eXchange beer mats
    • 32-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Engagement Benefits #####
      • Your own booth at Scala eXchange (2mx1.5m)
      • 2 Exhibitor Tickets
      • 2 Full Conference Tickets to the conference which you can gift to your clients, your engineering team or members of Computing At School (teachers learning computing to teach the new National Computing Curriculum).
      • One tweet retweeted by @skillsmatter before and during the conference and highlighted as part of tweets trending with #scalaX
      • 1 gifts or printed items in swag bags
      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo (small) on all Scala eXchange sponsor pages
      • Your own dedicated partner page on skillsmatter.com
      • Your logo (small) at the bottom of all Scala eXchange conference pages
      • Your logo on name badges worn by every attendee
      • Your logo in the printed conference program booklet
      • Your logo on main stage re-boards and banners throughout the venue
      • Your logo on conference closing speech sponsor 'thank you' slide
    • SCALA EXCHANGE T-SHIRT SPONSORSHIP
    • Be remembered! Have your logo printed on the Scala eXchange t-shirts, provided to all conference attendees, speakers and sponsors attending this year.

      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo on all Scala eXchange t-shirts
      • Exclusive to two t-shirt sponsors only!
    • 16-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo (small) on the Scala eXchange web pages
      • Your own dedicated partner page on skillsmatter.com
      • Your logo (small) on all in-venue conference banners


    • SPONSOR THE SCALA EXCHANGE 2017 PARTY!
    • Be remembered by all conference attendees, speakers and sponsors attending the party this year! Have your logo printed on the Scala eXchange 2017 Party beer mats and on highly visible party posters and pop-up banners, which are bound to feature in lots of pictures this year.

      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo displayed on the #ScalaX 2017 party beer mats and on the party table pop-up banners;
      • Five free tickets to the #ScalaX 2017 Party, which you can gift to your clients and team members;
      • Your logo (small) on all in-venue conference banners and on the #ScalaX 2016 Sponsor web pages;
      • Your own dedicated partner page on skillsmatter.com;
      • Exclusive to two party sponsors only!
    • SCALA EXCHANGE SWAG BAG SPONSORSHIP
    • Be remembered! Have your logo printed on the #scalaX 2017 swag bags, provided to all conference attendees, speakers and sponsors attending this year.

      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo on all Scala eXchange 2017 swag bags
      • Exclusive to two swag bag sponsors only!

To discuss sponsorship opportunities please contact the team:

Thanks to our sponsors

Blog posts

Alice Lloyd, of LinuxRecruit and the Scala Central meetup, blogged about ScalaX 2016.

Hold tight, skillscasts coming soon!

 

Overview

Want to understand where Scala is going, what’s Lightbend’s vision for collaboration, competition and interoperability in Scala? How the Dotty project will help develop new technology for Scala tooling and concepts for future Scala language versions? Are you involved in a large Microservices or Big Data project and want to learn how the Reactive Architecture and SMACK stack help address common challenges? Join Scala eXchange 2017!

Join us at Scala eXchange 2017 on December 14-15th

Join Scala eXchange 2017, the go-to conference to discover and learn all the latest developments in the Scala world.

Thank you for making Scala eXchange 2016 such an amazing conference! We hope you've enjoyed it as much as we did! Find below some more information, and stay in the loop!

Last year's highlights included keynotes from Martin Odersky, Heather Miller, Erik Osheim, Adrian Moors, and some of the topics explored were shapeless, machine learning, typelevel, streams, spark, JSONPath, Cassandra, and more!


Tickets

Registration is open and we have some great Early Bird offers available so if you are planning to join us for two days packed with scala fun, get your skates on and book your ticket today!

Call for Papers now OPEN!

Would you like to speak at Scala eXchange 2017? We want to hear your talk proposals!

Talks will be selected by Skills Matter and the Programme Committee on the basis of making the conference a varied, diverse and valuable event. Submission is open to anyone, and we encourage first-time speakers to submit a proposal. Members of the Programme Committee are happy to offer coaching and assistance on talk proposals.

We strongly encourage first-time speakers to be part of our programmes. If your talk will be selected, you will have the opportunity to attend Jenny Martin's course "Giving Engaging Technical Talks at Conferences and Meetups".

Following the suggestions we've received through the Call for Thoughts and your feedback, we've put together a call for some key topics and any others you may have in mind! Click here to find out more and submit your proposal.

Get Involved

Would you like to help us facilitate a great conference? Help us set up the conference spaces, introduce talks and speakers, field Q&A questions with mics, or support some of the workshops and hacks we've got in store? Sign up as a volunteer and get a free ticket to the conference!

Code of Conduct

Please find our Code of Conduct here.

Join us for the ScalaX Bytes evening events at CodeNode

Want to stay in the loop with the latest developments within the Scala community?

Join us at the brand new ScalaX Bytes series we'll be hosting at CodeNode leading up to Scala eXchange 2017!

Find more information here!

Impressions of last year

Thanks to our sponsors

Programme

Keynote: The Magic Behind Spark

Thrilled to have Holden with us for this magical Keynote!

Holden Karau

Holden Karau is transgender Canadian, Apache Spark committer, an active open source contributor, and co-author of _Learning Spark_ & _High Performance Spark_. When not in San Francisco working as a software development engineer at IBM’s Spark Technology Center, Holden talks internationally on Spark and holds office hours at coffee shops at home and abroad. She makes frequent contributions to Spark, specializing in PySpark and Machine Learning. Prior to IBM she worked on a variety of distributed, search, and classification problems at Alpine, Databricks, Google, Foursquare, and Amazon. She graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Mathematics in Computer Science.

Keynote: The Maths Behind Types

You often think of types as specifying data layouts in computer memory. You have bytes, shorts, floats, and arrays, which are very close to the metal. But then you have integers and Booleans, which are abstractions taken from math. And then there are algebraic data types, and function types. During this talk, you can discover where these come from. There is some fascinating math behind types that you can learn from. It was first developed to avoid paradoxes in the naive set theory, and then it was linked to constructive logic and category theory. For instance, did you know that function types are defined in a cartesian closed category (Bartosz will share what it is)? Or that implementing a function is equivalent to proving a theorem? This "higher math" is actually quite approachable, if you're a programmer.

Bartosz Milewski

Bartosz started as a physicist. He has a Ph.D. in quantum field theory. Then he got into programming, worked eight years for Microsoft as a software engineer implementing the search engine in Windows. He wrote a book about C++ and started a popular programming blog. He rediscovered his fascination with mathematics through Haskell. His blog turned into an online book on category theory for programmers.

Keynote: Architectural patterns in Building Modular Domain Models

A successful domain model is built through the confluence of several architectural patterns. As Christopher Alexander suggested, you can call these patterns generative when the architecture of the model evolves from the individual patterns similar to how genetic material or DNA generates the form of organisms. An alternative way to think of this is when the domain model as a whole evolves as a compositional structure from each of its piecemeal components.

Functional programming in a statically typed language provides a great substrate for evolution of compositional domain models. The typesystem allows you to define your domain model as an algebra comprising of domain entities as algebraic data types, domain behaviors as functions and domain rules as the laws of the abstractions. You will learn how to approach domain API design through the algebra of types that not only make the APIs statically verifiable but also employ techniques to encode quite a bit of domain logic as part of the API itself.

You will discover Scala as the implementation language, though the techniques discussed will be equally applicable for any functional language with a powerful type system.

During this talk, you will explore the various dimensions of the model evolution starting from inception of the APIs, going through the lifecycles of composition and refinement of the APIs and finally making them resilient through exception handling and effect tracking. Here are some of the design techniques that you will discover:

  1. Domain API evolution through the algebra of types

  2. API refinement using techniques like phantom types

  3. API composition through algebraic structures like monoid and monad

  4. Domain error handling through types

  5. Effect handling through types

  6. Modularization using techniques like free monads and tagless final

Debasish Ghosh

Passionate about technology, loves functional programming, maths and machine learning.

Venue

Business Design Centre

Situated in Islington, one of London’s most vibrant areas, the BDC is within walking distance of Angel tube station and relatively close to Kings Cross, Farringdon, Liverpool Street and Euston stations. Conveniently located outside the congestion charge zone, the venue also benefits from on-site car parking, an adjacent Hilton Hotel, and has disabled access.

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Business Design Centre

52 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 0QH, GB


View details, travel and nearby hotels
Get Involved

Call for Papers is Now OPEN!

Would you like to speak at Scala eXchange? We want to hear your talk proposals!

Talks will be selected by Skills Matter and the Programme Committee on the basis of making the conference a varied, diverse and valuable event. Submission is open to anyone, and we encourage first-time speakers to submit a proposal. Members of the Programme Committee are happy to offer coaching and assistance on talk proposals.

We strongly encourage first-time speakers to be part of our programmes. If your talk will be selected, you will have the opportunity to attend Jenny Martin's course "Giving Engaging Technical Talks at Conferences and Meetups".

Following the suggestions we've received through the Call for Thoughts and your feedback, we would like to encourage submissions around the topics we've highlighted in the form below and any others that you may have in mind!


Volunteer at Scala eXchange 2017!

Interested in Scala technology, and eager to learn the latest news? You have the chance to get a free ticket to Scala eXchange London 2017! All we need from you is some help in setting up the conference on the day prior (Wednesday 13th of December 2017), and some hours of your time on the days of the conference! You will be free to attend the conference for the remainder of the time.

Are you ready then? Email us at <conferences@skillsmatter.com and we will put your name down as a volunteer for Scala eXchange London 2017! Shifts and detailed info will be confirmed about one month prior to the conference.

Community Pages

Sponsors

Thanks to our sponsors

Available Packages

    • 256-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Engage with the Scala community! Show off your team, projects, tools or devices at your #scalaX conference booth!

      Engagement Benefits
      • Your own booth at Scala eXchange (6mx3m)
      • 8 Exhibitor Tickets
      • 8 Full Conference Tickets to the conference which you can gift to your clients, your engineering team or members of Computing At School (teachers learning computing to teach the new National Computing Curriculum).
      • Six tweets retweeted by @skillsmatter before and during the conference and highlighted as part of tweets trending with #scalaX
      • 50 conference party drink tokens to give away at your booth
      • 3 gifts or printed items in swag bags
      • Your 300-word news item, interview or blog post - plus visual - announced on conference 'Sneak Preview' pages and in social media
      • Your 140 char post-conference news item & hotlinked URL shared in post-conference email shared with all attendees
      • 4 places at speakers dinner
      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo (extra large) on all Scala eXchange sponsor pages
      • Your own dedicated partner page on skillsmatter.com
      • Your logo (extra large) at the bottom of all Scala eXchange conference pages
      • Your logo on Scala eXchange Bytes Meetup pages, which feature monthly community events leading up to the conference
      • Your logo in pre-and post conference attendee news update emails
      • Your logo on name badges worn by every attendee
      • Your logo in the printed conference program booklet
      • Your logo on main stage re-boards and banners throughout the venue
      • Your logo on conference closing speech sponsor 'thank you' slide
      • Your logo on lanyrds worn by each attendee
      • Your logo on conference t-shirts
      • Your logo on conference swag bags
      • Your logo on Scala eXchange party tickets
      • Your logo on Scala eXchange beer mats
      • Your logo on Scala eXchange party banners
    • 128-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Engagement Benefits #####
      • Your own booth at Scala eXchange (4.5mx2.5m)
      • 6 Exhibitor Tickets
      • 6 Full Conference Tickets to the conference which you can gift to your clients, your engineering team or members of Computing At School (teachers learning computing to teach the new National Computing Curriculum).
      • Four tweets retweeted by @skillsmatter before and during the conference and highlighted as part of tweets trending with #scalaX
      • 25 conference party drink tokens to give away at your booth
      • 2 gifts or printed items in swag bags
      • Your 300-word news item, interview or blog post - plus visual - announced on conference 'Sneak Preview' pages and in social media
      • Your 140 char post-conference news item & hotlinked URL shared in post-conference email shared with all attendees
      • 2 places at speakers dinner
      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo (large) on all Scala eXchange sponsor pages
      • Your own dedicated partner page on skillsmatter.com
      • Your logo (large) at the bottom of all Scala eXchange conference pages
      • Your logo on Scala eXchange Bytes Meetup pages, which feature monthly community events leading up to the conference
      • Your logo in pre-and post conference attendee news update emails
      • Your logo on name badges worn by every attendee
      • Your logo in the printed conference program booklet
      • Your logo on main stage re-boards and banners throughout the venue
      • Your logo on conference closing speech sponsor 'thank you' slide
      • Your logo on conference swag bags
      • Your logo on Scala eXchange party tickets
      • Your logo on Scala eXchange beer mats
    • 32-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Engagement Benefits #####
      • Your own booth at Scala eXchange (2mx1.5m)
      • 2 Exhibitor Tickets
      • 2 Full Conference Tickets to the conference which you can gift to your clients, your engineering team or members of Computing At School (teachers learning computing to teach the new National Computing Curriculum).
      • One tweet retweeted by @skillsmatter before and during the conference and highlighted as part of tweets trending with #scalaX
      • 1 gifts or printed items in swag bags
      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo (small) on all Scala eXchange sponsor pages
      • Your own dedicated partner page on skillsmatter.com
      • Your logo (small) at the bottom of all Scala eXchange conference pages
      • Your logo on name badges worn by every attendee
      • Your logo in the printed conference program booklet
      • Your logo on main stage re-boards and banners throughout the venue
      • Your logo on conference closing speech sponsor 'thank you' slide
    • SCALA EXCHANGE T-SHIRT SPONSORSHIP
    • Be remembered! Have your logo printed on the Scala eXchange t-shirts, provided to all conference attendees, speakers and sponsors attending this year.

      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo on all Scala eXchange t-shirts
      • Exclusive to two t-shirt sponsors only!
    • 16-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo (small) on the Scala eXchange web pages
      • Your own dedicated partner page on skillsmatter.com
      • Your logo (small) on all in-venue conference banners


    • SPONSOR THE SCALA EXCHANGE 2017 PARTY!
    • Be remembered by all conference attendees, speakers and sponsors attending the party this year! Have your logo printed on the Scala eXchange 2017 Party beer mats and on highly visible party posters and pop-up banners, which are bound to feature in lots of pictures this year.

      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo displayed on the #ScalaX 2017 party beer mats and on the party table pop-up banners;
      • Five free tickets to the #ScalaX 2017 Party, which you can gift to your clients and team members;
      • Your logo (small) on all in-venue conference banners and on the #ScalaX 2016 Sponsor web pages;
      • Your own dedicated partner page on skillsmatter.com;
      • Exclusive to two party sponsors only!
    • SCALA EXCHANGE SWAG BAG SPONSORSHIP
    • Be remembered! Have your logo printed on the #scalaX 2017 swag bags, provided to all conference attendees, speakers and sponsors attending this year.

      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo on all Scala eXchange 2017 swag bags
      • Exclusive to two swag bag sponsors only!

To discuss sponsorship opportunities please contact the team:

Press

Blog posts

Alice Lloyd, of LinuxRecruit and the Scala Central meetup, blogged about ScalaX 2016.

Skillscasts

Hold tight, skillscasts coming soon!

 

Photos
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