Scala Design Patterns

by Vikash Sharma

This course will teach you how to use Scala’s functional design patterns, such as Typeclass, Cake, and Lens in order to write a functional, abstract, and structured Scala application or library.

What you'll learn

Writing real world applications using Scala requires the ability to write well-structured and easy to understand code. Often this can be achieved using a well-defined design pattern. In the course, Scala Design Patterns, you'll learn to use such design patterns in order to create your own well-structured Scala applications. First, you'll explore how to use the Typeclass pattern and Cake pattern. Next, you'll discover how to lazily evaluate expressions. Finally, you’ll dive into the concepts of Lens, Implicits Injection, and Memoization patterns. When you’re finished with the course, you’ll have the necessary knowledge of design patterns needed to understand how, when, and why to use them

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About the author

Vikash Sharma is a developer, trainer and open source technology evangelist. He has invested a large amount of time learning and implementing Scala code and authored video course for Scala. He has authored a beginner's book on Scala named Learning Scala Programming. He works as a developer at SAP Labs.

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