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Upcoming SF Scala Events

From: Alexy K.
Sent on: Thursday, October 23, 2014 2:42 PM

Folks -- since Scala is by far the largest developer community using Functinal Programming in the industry, it encompasses many subcultures using other FP languages as well, notably Haskell, Clojure, and Erlang.  The latter is especially interesting as it is the original actor language, and inspired Akka.  The Erlang community has the most experience using actors at scale, and we invited Steven Grady, a Senior Architect at Erlang Solutions, to tell us about his experiences and best practices, as the second talk at the 10/28 meetup at Cisco/Meraki, making it a deep dive in distributed systems.

By popular demand, we've divided the Scala Developer Flow workshop, Scala DevOps Professional training, into two days, priced separately.

The first day, intro, covers development environment, sbt, TDD, and hosted tools, among others.

The second, advanced, covers continuous integration, release management, continuous deployment, and in-house tooling, among other techniques.

Please see the full description of the breakdown on the event page.  We've extended the Early Bird registration for the training through 10/31.

Last, but not least, is the long-awaited talk by Heather Miller, a PhD student working on Scala at EPFL.  She was in the Bay Area working with Databricks on Spark and Scala, and will give us all an extended progress report with all her new work.  We need a really big venue for this meetup, seating at least 150 people comfortably, preferably 200 -- please contact me at [address removed] if you want to host it.


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