Come and meet other software developers interested in the Scala programming language in the London area. Talks are normally held at Skills Matter on the 2nd Wednesday of the month.
You can find and join all our meetups by the London Scala Users' Group (LSUG) community on these pages here.
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Featuring Enric Sangra
Architecting a web application in a functional style
Featuring Chris Birchall
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Compiling like a Boss!
Featuring Mirco Dotta and Iulian Dragos
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The Future of Decoding in Circe
Featuring Travis Brown
The 1.0 release of Circe will introduce a new approach to decoding that replaces cursors with a simple algebra of navigation and reading operations. While this approach is largely source-compatible with existing decoder definitions, it opens up a wide range of new possibilities. By decoupling the...scala scalajson json circe decoding
sttp: the Scala HTTP client that you always wanted!
Featuring Adam Warski
There’s a number of great Scala HTTP libraries. You can do synchronous or fully asynchronous calls, stream requests and responses, use either standard Scala Futures or other concurrency wrappers. However, on the API side, when it comes to programmer-friendliness, I think we can do better.scala http api sttp uriinterpolator akkastreams monix scalaz cats functional