Scala 3 comes with lots of new features. In this episode, match types: a pattern matching on types, and a tool for more accurate type checking.
Sorting lists might be a “school” problem, but in this article I’ll show you how to use proper FP, tail recursion and more, using this popular example. Might...
Every developer using Scala meets the acronym ADT sooner or later. In this article, we will try to answer all of your questions about ADTs.
This article is for the starting Scala programmer: an introduction to singleton objects and companions in Scala, what they can do, and why and where we shoul...
In this article, we’ll explore one of the most used (and useful) concepts in pure functional programming: the Functor. Pretty abstract, so buckle up.
In this article I’ll wrap 2020 and share a few insights, achievements and changes, and I’ll project some plans for the future of Rock the JVM.
I’ll show you a technique to use lazy values and call-by-name for recursive value definitions and implement a fully immutable doubly-linked list in Scala.
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.”