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Rich Opportunities with Poor Man's Type Classes (w/ Polgyglot Meetup)

Schedule

• 6:00PM Doors are open, feel free to mingle

• 6:30 Presentation start

• 8:00 Off to a nearby watering hole (Cascade Room?) for a pint, food, and/or breakout discussions

Rich Opportunities with Poor Man's Type Classes

-- Heiko Seeberger

In an object-oriented language like Scala subtype polymorphism is the "natural" way to handle values of different data types with a uniform interface. But sometimes you can't or don't want to create subclasses. This is when type classes shine. With only a few slides and a lot of live code, Heiko will take a tour through what type classes are, what facilities are present in Scala for them, and some of their applications.

About Heiko Seeberger

Heiko Seeberger is the Director of Education at Typesafe. He has been a Scala enthusiast ever since he came to know this beautiful language in 2008. Heiko has more than 15 years of professional expertise in consulting and software development on the Java platform, actively contributes to Scala community projects and regularly shares his expertise in articles and talks. He is also the main author of the German Scala book "Durchstarten mit Scala".

Getting There

By transit there a number of high frequency buses (check Google Maps or the Translink site for your particular case) that will get you there. For the drivers, there is a fair bit of street parking (free and pay) in the area, especially after 6.

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  • Charles Iliya K.

    The PolyGlot version of this has the start time set at 6:30pm (not 6pm, as you have it). You may want to correct it.

    August 28, 2013

    • Charles Iliya K.

      Errr... never mind. The description says the doors open at 6pm.

      August 28, 2013

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