SkillsCast coming soon.
Macros in Scala seem to be esoteric and difficult to implement. In this talk you'll walk through a simple example of how to write a macro to provide JSON serialisation for an abstract data type.
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Making your life easier with macros
Gus previously worked as a java developer in finance and media, experiencing all of the delights that come with over-engineering a large XML-configured application. He has spent the last few years writing scala apps and playing buzzword bingo in startups. Currently he is a Senior Scala Developer/Technical Architect at Depop, a social selling app.