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Sharing Is Caring - How to Let the Compiler Know What You're Thinking by Daniel Beskin

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Do you feel like some programming talks are just a bit too advanced?

This beginner-friendly talk by Software Developer, Daniel Beskin at Scala IO France will be the perfect way for you to find out how you can improve your coding. Learn more about the compiler and make for a productive programming session!

 

Sharing Is Caring - How to Let the Compiler Know What You're Thinking

As Scala developers, it is not uncommon to find ourselves struggling against the compiler. And although the compiler tries to communicate with us, the result can be both incomprehensible and one-sided. 
 
In this beginner-friendly talk, we will see how we can improve things by sharing our thoughts with the compiler - be it by using more descriptive types, leveraging implicits, or even churning out some macros. By this simple act of sharing, we can elevate our relationship with the compiler into a meaningful, and hopefully productive, dialog.
 

This talk was given by Daniel Beskin at Scala IO France