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Discuss Scala and Related Technologies

Scala Code Show and Tell

We would like you to bring short (max 1 screen) Scala code sample to present and and for the group to discuss. It would be nice to have a mix of skill levels ranging from those who have just started using Scala to those who are Scala experts. Plan on 10-15 minutes for each code sample. This a great opportunity for us to improve our Scala skills by learning from others in the group. We particularly encourage beginners to present (don't be shy!). f course, if you don't have a sample you are certainly welcome to attend.

We will  be meeting in the newly remodeled WhitePages offices on the 16'th Floor of the Rainier Building. Please use the west doors (on 4th ave) of the building for entry. Take the escalator (or stairs) up to the Rainier building elevator lobby and then the elevator to 16. 

WhitePages will be providing food and drinks.

As always we are looking for people to give talks at future meetups.

Informal networking and eating starts at 6:30PM and the talk starts at 7:00PM.

Any problems getting in please call[masked]-8620.

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  • Joshua C.

    Indeed, this was great. If you presented and your code is available online (IIRC the scalaz show-and-tell was a gist and the continuations one was a blog post) and you wouldn't mind posting links to your code, that'd be awesome. Thanks!

    December 11, 2013

    • James M.

      Also, if you're interested in code that uses EitherT more extensively, check out­. It's a rewrite of some sample code from Google for writing Glass apps. It uses a few things from scalaz, including EitherT, \/, and State.

      December 11, 2013

    • Jim M.

      The continuations examples are on my blog. The standalone scala generator is at­ ; there are a few other posts preceding that one, going back to the long detailed explanation of delimited continuations. Links to those earlier posts are in the sidebar.

      December 11, 2013

  • Eddie M.

    Great to meet everyone last night. And thanks for the feedback on my goofy code!

    Also, kudos to the folks from Whitepages for organizing and providing the space/food/etc.

    Good times...

    December 11, 2013

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