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First steps in scala - part I: hello world

BettyES on October 27, 2018

From the start This part is for 'bloody' beginners that are eager to do their very first steps in Scala, but are not quite certain how t... [Read Full]
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The biggest difference between Java and Scala is that the “;” line end is optional

Eh. Scala supports lazy evaluation, operator overloading, function currying. I’d be rather careful with “biggest” here. ;)


Exactly, one of the most important differences is that Scala provides native support for functional programming(quite a bit of things) and the community build some awesome thing around that.

After exploring the OOP features as a first approach you should explore more about functional programming, it is really interesting.


Hey, good start!
I'd recommend books from these authors: (almost all are free!)

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