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.
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Drone Delivery Queue
Featuring Leszek Silwko
The presentation is about release/build process we setup in my team. The novelty here was to integrate the images building as a result of a story (i.e. not the code changes). Then the images are moved through environments – such a process guarantees the release on prod is exactly the same system...scala devops sbt functional
Writing an SBT Plugin
Featuring Chris Birchall
First I'd like to introduce sbt-explicit-dependencies, an sbt plugin I made recently. I'll explain what it does, why you should consider using it, and how it works under the hood. In the second half of the talk I'll give a beginner's guide to writing an sbt plugin, including how...scala plugin sbt
Functional Reactive Programming with FS2
Featuring Diego Alonso
Functional Reactive Programming is an approach to writing programs. FRP uses signals, which represent a mutable value time-line of a value, and signal transformations as its basic blocks. 'fs2' is a functional streaming library for Scala.frp functional-reactive-programming fs2 functional scala functional-programming
What Colour is Your Function? Red vs Blue
Featuring Rory Graves
What colour is your function? In software we are often face with dichotomies in our design decisions. Each trade-off has costs and benefits. Do you chose mutable vs Immutable, blocking vs futures, single vs multi-threaded. How do we reason about the trade-offs we make? Starting from a blog post...scala functional-programming
Immutability for scale and reliability
Featuring Francesco Cesarini
The functional paradigm has been influencing mainstream languages for decades, making developers more efficient whilst helping reduce maintenance costs. As we are faced with a programming model that needs to scale on multi-core architectures and distributed environments, concurrency becomes...functional-paradigm concurrency-models erlang reliability scale functional scala functional-programming
Combining BDD and DDD with functional Scala: How BADD can it get?
Featuring Oleg Volkov
“Functional and Reactive Domain Modeling” by D. Ghosh combines classic object-oriented DDD with functional programming in Scala. Although powerful, the book’s methodology leaves key questions unanswered, such as “How to choose a particular model among alternatives? How to split a model into...functional-domain-modeling domain-modeling reactive-domain-modeling ddd bdd functional scala functional-programming
Immutability for scale and reliability
Featuring Francesco Cessarini
The functional paradigm has been influencing mainstream languages for decades, making developers more efficient whilst helping reduce maintenance costs. As we are faced with a programming model that needs to scale on multi-core architectures and distributed environemnts, concurrency becomes...scala functional concurrency concurrent-languages scale immutability