This quick tutorial will show you what dependent types are and how they work in Scala 3, along with dependent methods and functions.
From the previous article, you know how givens work. Let’s compare them with the old Scala implicits.
The given/using clauses are some of the most important features of Scala 3. Read on for the essential concepts and how to use them.”
We’ll take a look at the famous “covariant type occurs in contravariant position” problem, and what we can do about it.
Some people love it, some hate it. Scala 3 indented syntax is not that bad, and it might actually help. Let’s take a look at how Scala 3 can change the struc...
Akka Typed has not only made fundamental changes in the actor protocol definitions, but made significant improvements in actor mechanics as well.
Akka Typed has fundamentally changed the way we create actors. In this article we’ll look at several ways we can keep state inside Akka actors.
It’s obvious that Spark allows us to join tables. What’s not obvious is how many different kinds of joins Spark supports. We explore them in this article.
Broadcast joins in Apache Spark are one of the most bang-for-the-buck techniques for optimizing speed and avoiding memory issues. Let’s take a look.
Exploring a quick but powerful structure in Scala 3 - type lambdas. This will help you think higher-level.