We were absolutely overwhelmed by the love and support from our first ever Scala and Programming Conference at the end of last week. But it doesn't have to end there below are all the speakers slides from the day, so if you missed out on the day or was too busy chatting away in the 'meet the speaker's rooms' and missed a bit of the next talk don't worry because you can catch up here!
ZIO from Home by Wiem Zine Elabidine
ZIO provides a variety of features for building synchronous, asynchronous and concurrent applications.
Object-oriented programming promised us reusable, modular, component software. We were going to have exchanges where you could buy and sell components, like we buy and sell soybeans and steel beams. Instead, we got artisanal, small-batch, quirky, and non-reusable spaghetti code. What went wrong?
Signify's Sunday Reads - 2nd August Week #1
3 days ago by Elle Nash
Is Recruitment Evolving?
5 days ago by Shannon Lynch
Monad Transformers and Type Classes in Autonomous Driving...by Noam Shaish at Scala in the City
6 days ago by Noam Shaish
Happy eyeballs live-coding using ZIO by Adam Warski at Scala in the City
7 days ago by Adam Warski
Women in Tech: Akua Apeagyei
12 days ago by Elle Nash
Whirlwind tour of the Scala Functional Programming ecosystem by Mark Moore
12 days ago by Mark Moore