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What's New in Scala 3? presented by Dean Wampler

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Scala 3 introduces significant changes to Scala that address many known limitations and pain points and sets the stage for future growth of the language. At the same time, Scala 3 attempts to make migration as painless as possible.

While researching the forthcoming Third Edition of Programming Scala (http://programming-scala.com/), which focuses on Scala 3, I learned a lot about the changes and developed opinions about their strengths and
weaknesses. I'll demonstrate several of the more important changes and
offer my thoughts about them in this talk.

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Dean (@deanwampler) is the founder of Chicago Area Scala Enthusiasts and a Principal Software Engineer at Domino Data Lab (we're hiring! https://www.dominodatalab.com/careers/), where he works on various aspects of the Domino platform for data scientists. He's working on the third edition of O'Reilly's "Programming Scala", which covers Scala 3.
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