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This week’s TOP Scala Sunday Reads

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Our first week of ‘Sunday Reads’ was such a success that we’ve decided to do this EVERY Sunday. Here we give you four more of our favourite scala articles to have you armed with fresh knowledge ready to kick start your working week. This is a recommended reading list for scala enthusiasts everywhere. 

Getting Into Other People’s Code By Richard Dallaway is a detailed approach to getting into an alien code base and focusses on key items for a successful code audit.

This is a must read and watch for all things #Akka by the scala savvy Hugh McKee: Akka Revealed: A JVM Architect’s Journey From Resilient Actors To Scalable Clusters. Enjoy this comprehensive overview of Akka.  

Getting Started with Phantom is a great simple way to interact with Cassandra – a truly awesome and informative read. 

If you find it a struggle to get through the ins and outs of Category Theory, What is a functor anyway? is the reading material, and perfect explanation for you by Artem Pyanykh.  
 

We hope these have enhanced your Sunday and genuinely should improve the developer experience substantially.

If you’re craving more, check out last week’s recommended reading material here.