on 5/1/2017 5:00 PM
Much of Scala’s power comes from its flexibility and generality as a language. You can mold it quite extensively to suit your particular problem domain or coding style. The downside of this is that Scala can sometimes be permissive and accommodating to a fault. You often hear Haskell or F# users attest to a sense of “if it compiles, it works” – in my experience this is not generally the case with Scala. To illustrate this point, let’s walk through a few examples, all of which are distilled from honest-[...]
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