Deconstructing extension methods, one of the most exciting features of the upcoming Scala 3.
What’s the problem?
This quick article will show you how given instances in Scala 3 can work with Scala 2’s implicits.
In this article we’ll see a good practice for organizing code, messages, domains and logic in an Akka application with Scala.
This article is about Monoids and Semigroups as a gentle introduction to functional abstractions and to how the Cats library works.
Learn how to approach a Google-style algorithm interview question in Scala with pure functional programming.
ZIO layers (ZLayers) help us structure our complex services into modules that are independent, composable and easy to understand. Let’s take a look.
An ad-hoc type definition technique for eliminating bugs which are hard to trace, with implementations in Scala 2 via newtypes and in Scala 3 via opaque types.
Although frowned upon by FP purists, creating and managing mutable data structures is important in any language. Scala has some first-class features.
Error handling is likely one of the most frustrating part of programming, and in Scala, there are better and worse ways to do it. Let’s take a look.