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This talks presents the major new features in Slick. Slick 2.1 improves database meta data, adds insertOrUpdate, pre-compiles take and drop and adds out-of-the-box shapes for mapping custom classes with Slick.
Slick 2.2 adds async support, automatically manages session and transaction lifetime for less boiler plate and less bugs and supports Option for structured data.
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Jan Christopher Vogt is a Software Engineer at Sport195 NYC, a former member of the Scala team in Switzerland and a major contributor to the Slick database library.