- Taschenbuch: 888 Seiten
- Verlag: Artima Inc; Auflage: 3 ed (31. Mai 2016)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 9780981531687
- ISBN-13: 978-0981531687
- ASIN: 0981531687
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,8 x 4,4 x 24,1 cm
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Programming in Scala, Third Edition, is the definitive book on Scala, the new language for the Java Platform that blends object-oriented and functional programming concepts into a unique and powerful tool for developers.Coauthored by the designer of the Scala language, this authoritative book will teach you, one step at a time, the Scala language and the ideas behind it.The book is carefully crafted to help you learn. The first few chapters will give you enough of the basics that you can already start using Scala for simple tasks. The entire book is organized so that each new concept builds on concepts that came beforea series of steps that promises to help you master the Scala language and the important ideas about programming that Scala embodies. A comprehensive tutorial and reference for Scala, this book covers the entire language and important libraries.
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Martin Odersky is the creator of the Scala language. He is a professor at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, where since 2001 he has led the team that developed the Scala language, libraries, and compiler. He is a founder of Typesafe, Inc., and was a co-designer of Java generics and the original author of the current javac reference compiler. Lex Spoon worked on Scala for two years at EPFL and is now a software engineer at Semmle, Inc. Bill Venners is president of Artima, Inc., and cofounder of Escalate Software, LLC. He is the designer of the ScalaTest testing framework and the Scalactic library for functional, object-oriented programming.
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I think it is a fantastic approach to learn a new language, great job!
The main reason to not get this as your first Scala book is its size. I can understand that, almost 800 pages, that is tough.
The good news is that if you have some programming experience, including some OO then the first third of the book, up to chapter 12 "Traits" will be more or less familiar ground. There are a few things that may be new, but most of the stuff is fairly basic. If you have full time to read this you may cover them on 2 days
Starting on Ch. 13 "Packages and imports" things start to get more interesting. If you are full time you can do a couple of chapters per day. Taking this as a crash course you can get a reasonable level on maybe 2-3 of weeks, after that you should head to Coursera for Oderski's courses.
If you need to read the book while working then it will take longer but if you can dedicate maybe a couple of hours per day you should be able to have a basic level of programming in Scala in maybe 6-8 weeks.
I understand that Scala is way more intimidating than, say Python, but things are easier than they look.
the depth of the language and its seemingly arcane syntax through the short videos.
Ended up working on a project which was largely Scala/Spark and this book helped
enormously. The author not only explains the syntax (unconstrained by time or length of
pages) but explains us why he designed the language in the way it was designed.
If you have some free time on your hands, and are starting with Scala in a professional
sense, would highly recommend this book. If you have limited time on your hands,
I would suggest the red book.
Be sure you get the latest edition. I somehow manage to get the second edition (on kindle) long after the third was out, and had to buy it again when I realized.