In this talk for the "award-winning" London Scala User Group, Chris Turner explores how a team of mixed experience Scala developers built and delivered a real-world Scala project in a highly agile, multi-language environment.
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Experiences from a Real-World Scala Project
I am a freelance software consultant, architect and developer specialising in open source, enterprise and web based software development. I am also a committed agile practitioner and Certified Scrum Master. My primary background is in object-oriented