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Scala Sunday Reads: April 29 #Week 5

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We bring you the fifth and final instalment for April 2018, of our suggested ‘Sunday Reads’. This week we share some of our best-loved Scala, Akka & FP learns from around the internet.

 

Our first listen is from Adam Bell, Host of Co-Recursive. The post is called Graphql And Sangria With Oleg Ilyenko. 

 

Our second read is from Leonardo Carreiro, Computer Engineer, currently working at Petrobras. The post is called Why you should use column-indentation to improve your code's readability. 

 

Our third learn is from Stéphane Derosiaux, Scala Data Engineer. The podcast is called An ode to the kind-projector and to the partial-unification of Scala. 

 

Our fourth read is from Manuel Bernhardt, a reactive systems specialist based in Vienna. The post is called Tour of Akka Cluster – Cluster Sharding

 

Our fifth learn is from Oliver J. White, Chief Storyteller at Lightbend. The podcast is called Lightbend Podcast: sbt 1.x – The Past, Future, and Baby Steps with Marina and Dale.

 

Our final read is from Martin Odersky, lead designer of Scala. The post TOWARDS SCALA 3.

 

If you are craving more, check out last week’s recommended reading material here. Don’t forget to subscribe below to be the first to get our Scala Sunday Reads.

 

If you would like to feature in our Scala Sunday reads, please get in touch with the team.

 

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