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StepDance  - Functional Iterators in Scala

Hello Scala enthusiasts,

Zbyněk Šlajchrt from AVAST Software offered to give us a talk about an interesting Scala library he has developed at work to help him cope with some problems. It is called StepDance and this is its description:

StepDance is a tiny open-source library developed at Avast with the goal to make exporting huge and complex persistent data easier. It comes up with the concept of functional iterators that allows a programmer to construct complex extraction queries alike to the traditional functional approach used in the Scala collections. The presentation will focus on the practical use of functional iterators beginning with simple examples and ending with some advanced uses inspired by real projects.

Come and hear about how it us used at AVAST Software.

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