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PLT nerdout TONIGHT: Scala Meta with Max Ovsankin and Eugene Burmako at Orange!

From: Alexy K.
Sent on: Tuesday, October 30, 2018 1:38 PM

Folks -- I want to make sure you remember that tonight we have a great talk by Max Ovsankin, an undergrad at UC Berkeley who worked as an intern with Eugene Burmako group at Twitter.

Eugene is the lead on language tools at Twitter and the creator of Scala Meta.  Max will talk about SemanticDB, which is a data model for semantic information such as symbols and types about programs in Scala and other languages. This enables an ecosystem of tools that produce and consume semantic information: SemanticDB is currently produced by Scala and Java compiler plugins provided by Scalameta, and consumed by tools like automatic code rewrites, IDEs, and semantic analyzers.

If you are in any way a programming language geek, you need to see this.

There will be a second talk about Apache Druid by its PMC member and Imply cofounder Gian Merlino.

Pizza will be served, so do not be late!


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