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Rúnar Bjarnason on Scalaz, Lenses, Functional Programming and Scala by Rúnar Bjarnason Posted on Jul 18, 2012 Rúnar Bjarnason talks about the ideas behind and features in the popular scalaz library, programming concepts like (bi-directional) lenses, Scala Macros, and much more. 1

Miles Sabin on Dependent Types with Scala, Shapeless, Scala Macros by Miles Sabin Posted on Jul 13, 2012 Miles Sabin explains dependent typing in Scala, the Shapeless project that demonstrates these concepts, static typing improvements in Scala and Scala Macros.

Lance Walton on Scala in the Enterprise by Lance Walton Posted on Jul 02, 2012 Lance Walton discusses Scala in the enterprise, educating developers in functional programming and whether Scala's binary compatibility issues between releases are a problem, and much more.

Dick Wall on Scala, DI with SubCut, Scala Compiler Plugins, Java's Future by Dick Wall Posted on Jun 29, 2012 Dick Wall explores the state and future of Java, his reasons for switching to programming in Scala, the SubCut Dependency Injection library for Scala, Scala Compiler Plugins and much more. 2

Nada Amin on Scala DSLs with Lightweight Modular Staging and Compiling to JavaScript by Nada Amin Posted on Jun 18, 2012 Nada Amin explains Scala's Lightweight Modular Staging, how it can be used for embedded DSLs, using it for an embedded JavaScript DSL that compiles to JavaScript and offers callback-free programming. 5

Viktor Klang on Akka, Futures and Promises, Scala by Viktor Klang Posted on Jun 14, 2012 Viktor Klang talks about the features of Akka 2.x and future releases, Akka's approach to fault tolerance, the effort to unify Futures in Scala, and the state of functional programming.

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