We continue down the path of type-level power in Scala. We learn to add numbers as types, at compile time.
This one is hardcode. We make the Scala compiler infer type relationships for us at compile time. Pure power.
Abstract classes and traits share a lot of overlap in Scala. How are they actually different?
Various constructions like “20.seconds” look like baked into the Scala language. Let’s see how these work.
We explore the various flavors of nothing-ness in Scala.
Akka Streams has the Graph DSL, which is one of its most powerful APIs. Learn how to use it and get started quickly with Akka Streams.
We compare three of the most popular streaming libraries and see where Akka Streams, Kafka Streams and Spark Streaming are most useful.
FP fans talk about pure functional programming in Scala with type classes. They’re hard. Why do we really need them?
Akka HTTP is super easy to deploy to a web server. Learn how to use Heroku and deploy your first Akka HTTP service in minutes.
A Scala tutorial on Monads that makes no assumptions and starts from practical needs. We derive the monad patterns (“laws”) from scratch.