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Podcast about the Scala Programming Language and its community

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Podcast about the Scala Programming Language and its community

    Trustful Episode with Bill Venners

    Trustful Episode with Bill Venners

    00:23

    Bill Venners






    00:33

    Scala Days-2019






    03:00

    Scala Days vs Java One






    07:06

    Talks Bill attended






    07:50

    Run Scala Faster with GraalVM on any Platform by Vojin Jovanovic @vojjov






    10:00

    Cellular Automata by Maciej Gorywoda https://www.videoscribe.co/en/






    10:33

    Scala.js and WebAssembly by Sébastien Doeraene @sjrdoeraene






    14:55

    Double your performance by Li Haoyi @li_haoyi






    15:05

    ScalaWebTest by Dani Rey @danireych






    17:17

    In Types We Trust by Bill






    31:48

    Best location for Scala Days






    34:10

    Artima






    34:34

    Programming in Scala book






    34:40

    ScalaTest






    34:44

    Scalactic






    36:16

    SuperSafe






    39:14

    OSS






    45:23

    Typelevel sustainability program 2019






    45:54

    Thanks Patrons






    47:52

    Artima services






    50:27

    A Tour of Scala 3 by Martin Odersky @odersky






    53:13

    Scalafix






    56:15

    TASTy






    59:14

    The Scala Center Advisory Board






    62:23

    bill@artima.com






    63:33

    Moderation






    69:48

    Changes in the Scala book






    77:37

    The language everyone complains about

    • 1 Std. 19 Min.
    Unison Love with Rúnar Bjarnason

    Unison Love with Rúnar Bjarnason

    0:34

    ScalaConf, Moscow, Russia, 26 Nov, @ScalaConfRu






    1:01

    Become a patron






    1:22

    Scala in the City, London, UK, 28 Aug, @Scalainthecity






    1:32

    Scala World, The Lake District, UK, 31 Aug – 4 Sep, @scalaworldconf






    1:58

    Rúnar Bjarnason - Icelander. Eudaimonist. Individualist. Cofounder, Unison Computing. Author of Functional Programming in Scala.






    2:05

    Evolution






    4:30

    A Gentle Introduction to Haskell






    5:00

    Clean programming language






    5:18

    "Why Functional Programming Matters" by John Hughes






    6:05

    FP on JVM






    8:45

    Functional Programming in Scala a.k.a. the Red book






    17:32

    FP in Dotty






    18:28

    Standard library is a double-edged sword?






    20:11

    Missing features






    21:51

    Category theory






    23:27

    "Category Theory for Programmers" by Bartosz Milewski






    23:51

    "Category Theory for the Sciences" by David I. Spivak






    23:58

    "Category Theory" by Steve Awodey






    24:05

    "Category Theory in Context" by Emily Riehl






    25:05

    "Categories for the Working Mathematician" by Saunders Mac Lane






    26:20

    Unison programming language






    28:42

    Inspiration for Unison






    30:28

    The central idea of Unison






    36:03

    How to update Unison programs






    41:45

    Unison types






    41:59

    "Complete and Easy Bidirectional Typechecking for Higher-Rank Polymorphism" by Joshua Dunfield, Neelakantan R. Krishnaswami






    42:30

    Lennart Augustsson: Better type-error messages






    44:02

    Frank programming language






    44:12

    "Do be do be do" by Sam Lindley, Conor McBride, and Craig McLaughlin






    52:58

    Compile once!






    56:53

    All things that Unison doesn't do because they are old and busted






    64:37

    Why Unison?






    65:00

    Puccini's La bohème






    65:55

    Puccini's Tosca






    65:58

    Verdi's La Traviata






    66:24

    Why opera?






    67:20

    Why philosophy?






    70:02

    What is love?





    Follow us on Twitter @scala_love

    Have a lovely day! ❤️

    • 1 Std. 11 Min.
    Episode 47 with Raúl Raja Martínez

    Episode 47 with Raúl Raja Martínez

    00:21
    Thanks to all my patrons!

    • 1 Std. 4 Min.
    Effectful Episode with John de Goes

    Effectful Episode with John de Goes

    00:20
    John de Goes - a functional programming, author, speaker, entrepreneur, and long-time software architect and engineer
    @jdegoes





    00:46

    ZIO: Next-Generation Effects in Scala
    Video






    02:49
    Fibers





    04:44

    ZIO






    05:51

    Scalaz stream: Rebirth






    09:11
    BiFunctor





    11:52

    First book






    16:10
    Teaching career





    20:10
    300 Spartanz





    24:33
    Gym and time management





    26:59
    How to hire a dream team?





    31:28
    Investing





    32:10
    Where not to use FP?





    34:08
    Scala's Future

    An Alternative
    to Implicits






    41:20
    Monad transformers

    High-Performance Functional Programming Through Effect Rotation






    47:03

    Cryonics






    48:34
    Scala vs Haskell





    50:11
    IDE vs Text editor

    Metals


    Font PragmataPro






    52:07
    Linux vs Mac vs Windows





    52:47
    Talks recommendations
    Streams, effects and beautiful folds, a winning trilogy by @etorreborre
    Applied category theory and abstract algebra by @GabrielG439
    Scala World 2017 Closing Remarks @propensive





    54:19
    Books recommendations
    Functional Programming for Mortals with Scalaz by @fpmortals

    Essential Scala Book by @noelwelsh and @davegurnell

    Category Theory by Steve Awodey






    55:18
    Events to visit

    Scala World


    Scalar Conf


    ScalaIO


    FlatMap


    Scala in the City


    London Scala Users' Group


    Scala Matters






    57:15

    LambdaConf-2019






    59:55
    FP vs OOP





    69:25
    What is love?




    Follow us on Twitter @scala_love

    Have a lovely day! ❤️

    • 1 Std. 11 Min.
    Happy Valentine’s Day with Valentin Kasas

    Happy Valentine’s Day with Valentin Kasas

    Warm wishes for a happy Valentine’s Day.



    I hope you celebrate it by doing all the things you love e.g. writing Scala ❤️




    00:34
    Valentin Kasas - just a regular Scala developer with a necktie
    @ValentinKasas





    01:14

    A song of types and errors, or how I found myself leading teams of Scala developers
    Slides
    Video






    10:30

    These 10000 classes I never wrote
    Slides
    Video










    11:57
    Why use recursion schemes?





    13:30
    Cata, Ana and Hylo





    17:20

    Pure Functional Database Programming with Fixpoint Types by Rob Norris @tpolecat
    Slides
    Video


    Topiary and the art of origami by Zainab Ali @_zainabali_
    Slides
    Video






    19:28

    Functional Programming with Bananas, Lenses, Envelopes and Barbed Wire by Erik Meijer, J. Hughes (Editor), M.M.
    Fokkinga, Ross Paterson and the future of RS
    PDF





    22:11
    https://github.com/vil1/recursion-schemes-cookbook





    24:22
    https://github.com/slamdata/matryoshka
    https://github.com/higherkindness/droste





    33:02
    Can food help to write functional code? :D





    33:29
    300 Spartanz https://github.com/scalaz/scalaz-schema





    44:30
    Shapeless - easy!
    https://github.com/milessabin/shapeless by Miles Sabin @milessabin





    50:35
    https://github.com/propensive/magnolia by Jon Pretty @propensive
    https://github.com/scalaz/scalaz-deriving
    Typelevel Compiler Flag





    52:11
    Valentin Kasas - Carpenters and Cartographers





    56:16
    Functional and Reactive Domain Modeling by Debasish Ghosh @debasishg





    58:15
    Paris Scala User Group
    ScalaIO Conference









    62:00
    Talks recommendations
    Describing Data...with free applicative functors (and more)—Kris Nuttycombe by @nuttycom
    Greg Pfeil - Category-parametric Programming by @sellout
    Talks by Paweł Szulc @rabbitonweb





    64:00
    To follow on Twitter:
    @jdegoes
    @tpolecat
    @eed3si9n
    @djspiewak
    @runarorama





    65:00
    Brain FM





    67:00
    Scala Love 3





    70:00
    Johannes Rudolph, thank you for being my first patron!
    Follow me on Twitter @scala_love

    • 1 Std. 10 Min.
    Hello, Scala!

    Hello, Scala!

    Hello, I am absolutely happy to introduce you to my show Scala Love. A podcast about the Scala programming language and its community.



    First of all, about me. My name is Oli and I am a Scala developer, in particular, I am a functional Scala developer.



    I’ve recently joined 47 Degrees consulting company as a Solutions Architect. We help companies around the world to use Scala and functional programming for the greater good!



    So why did I decide to start a podcast?







    Well, it’s quite simple. I am hosting one podcast already, it is called Scalalaz. It’s an engineering podcast about Scala in Russian. It is something I really enjoy and love to do. Over the past year, I’ve been receiving a lot of positive feedback on Scalalaz which has been very encouraging. Thank you, everyone, who listens to it!



    However, not all of us speak Russian (hi, comrades!) so we are quite limited with who can be our guests and who can listen to us.



    With Scala Love, I hope to build a connection between my interesting guests and you, my awesome audience, on a more personal level. Hearing someone speak is, no doubt, more personal than reading words on a screen. With this kind of connection, I hope to gain your trust and bring to your attention lots of good initiatives like open source projects, meetups, blog posts, etc. we have in our community and spread the word about them. 



    And do not worry about knowledge requirements!







    I can imagine that there would be topics that require you to know some Scala, Type theory or Functional programming. I’ll try to provide resources to help you to learn it. I need to learn it too, by the way!



    Where can you find me?







    If you are around Seattle please come to my functional programming meetup in Bellevue (youtube)or to Scala at the Sea meetup hosted by 47 Degrees.



    You can also email me at oli@scala.love or subscribe to  @scala_love on Twitter.



    Peace and Love to everyone ❤️







    Enjoy these sneak peeks of forthcoming episodes!











    A special thank you to my talented friend Impure Pics for the featured image ❤️

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