This week we have all the latest releases on Scala 3 plus more!!
From Dean Wamplerwe have Scala 3: Safer Pattern Matching with Matchable, he takes a look at the new type added in the Scala 3 release, introduced to fix a loophole.
Another blog says Scala is a Maintenance Nightmare- what do you think, is it? This blog post promises to explain exactly why maintenance of the new update is a nightmare for developers.
If you want to implement the learning algorithm, isolation forest, then this article is for you! By Kristof Slechten,Anomaly / outlier detection using isolation forest in Scala, describes the journey and process.
Kacper Korbansays 'since the interface for writing macros in Scala 3 is completely different from that of Scala 2, macro libraries should become easier to develop and maintain.' This is why he's published TASTY way of (re)writing macros in Scala 3. With the aim of serving as a manual on efficiently using and navigating through Quotes API (which is the core of metaprogramming).
Cats Effect 3 has also just launched! Daniel Ciocirlan shared a four stage, step-by-step guide on fibres: Cats Effect 3 - Introduction to Fibers.
On GitHub we have MiniQuill.scalaby Alexander Loffe.
And if you want more on Scala 3 you can check out our commentary: Scala 3 - what to expect and Julien Truffauts article: Scala 3 - A Simpler Language, here!