We bring you the third instalment for December, of our suggested ‘Sunday Reads’, and we hope you’re finding them as fascinating as we are! This week we give you more of our best-loved Scala articles, slides from Scala eXchange and a Christmas wish list to have you armed with everything you could possibly want and fresh knowledge ready to kick start your impending work week. Enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe below to receive these, every Sunday, before anyone else!
Deploy deep machine learning in production the pythonic way by Michael Dietz is an educational Sunday Read with plenty of emojis to keep you entertained while taking you through the tricky, deep learning specific parts.
Usage examples and benchmarks between Scalaz and Cats (w/ Haskell ground-truth) by Colin Woodbury gives perfect comparisons of these two libraries from someone who isn’t predisposed to either one.
Why Everyone Should Build Their Next Blockchain in Scala by Zihe Huang explores the importance of blockchain and building on Scorex 2.
Presentations from Scala eXchange:
‘A Pragmatic Introduction to Category Theory’ by Daniela Sfregola.
‘Idea: Use dependent types make async code safer’ by Jon Pretty.
‘How to name things – the hardest problem in Programming’ by Peter Hilton.
‘Move fast and fix things’ by Gabriele Petronella.
‘Composing Programs’ by Runar Bjarnason.
‘Keynote: The Maths Behind Types’ by Bartosz Milewski.
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