#scala takes the #objc std lib approach to collections: One public interface/factory w/ many optimized implementations underneath
A good chunk of my qualms about #scala is complexity resulting from laziness tricks.
Started going through the Functional Programming in Scala book today #scala
swift is the #scala to objective-c's java ... that switch statement looks an awful lot like scala's match construct
Listened to a pretty intense #scala rant today: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiJycy6dFSQ ... Highlights some of my gripes about the language, most notable implementation details leaking everywhere
I just realized that when I first learned #java, there were no generics. Thanks Martin Odersky! #scala forever.
Actors are overrated. So far, we've preferred to use future literals and ExecutorServices instead #scala #box #metadata