Scala with Style @ YouTube

As part of the functional programming journey started with Elixir, I’m learning Scala too. Right now, coursera is offering a online course of Scala lectured by the language-designer Mr. Odersky. It’s a nice one with structured instruction videos and problem sets for working out.

I just briefly scratched the surface of the feature sets, but it seems nicely organized language. It has both functional and object oriented modeling and the interaction with Java assets. The feature set sounds practical and grammer is simple and matured, compared with the yet growing status of the Elixir.

The above video talks about the preferable usage of the language by comparisons. It represents the different types of coding styles derived from both the functional and object-oriented world. It’s interesting.


Posted on September 27, 2013, in Conference, Software Design, Web. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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