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Implicit Conversions => Implicit Parameters

2nd December 2013 in London at Kings Place

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In this talk, Bill Venners will tell the story of the journey from a design that leaned towards implicit conversions in ScalaTest 1.0 to one that emphasizes implicit parameters in ScalaTest and ScalaUtils 2.0.

Using primarily demos in the Scala REPL, Bill will show you several use cases and applications of implicit parameters that will help you understand the tradeoffs between implicit conversions and parameters and how to take advantage of implicit parameters in your own designs.

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Implicit Conversions => Implicit Parameters

Bill Venners

Bill Venners is president of Artima, Inc., provider of Scala books, developer tools, training, and consulting. He leads the open source projects for the ScalaTest testing library and the Scalactic library for functional, object-oriented programming. He is coauthor with Martin Odersky and Lex Spoon of the book, Programming in Scala.

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In this talk, Bill Venners will tell the story of the journey from a design that leaned towards implicit conversions in ScalaTest 1.0 to one that emphasizes implicit parameters in ScalaTest and ScalaUtils 2.0.

Using primarily demos in the Scala REPL, Bill will show you several use cases and applications of implicit parameters that will help you understand the tradeoffs between implicit conversions and parameters and how to take advantage of implicit parameters in your own designs.

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Implicit Conversions => Implicit Parameters

Bill Venners

Bill Venners is president of Artima, Inc., provider of Scala books, developer tools, training, and consulting. He leads the open source projects for the ScalaTest testing library and the Scalactic library for functional, object-oriented programming. He is coauthor with Martin Odersky and Lex Spoon of the book, Programming in Scala.

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