ScalaCourses.com is dedicated to providing online courses for people who want to learn how to program in Scala.
The Scala programming language is rapidly growing in popularity. There are many reasons for this, including tremendous scalability, a natural melding of object-oriented and functional capabilities, and the ability of Scala programs to interoperate with legacy Java code. Even though Scala presents a significant learning curve, benefits accrue almost as soon as programmers start to work with Scala. Machine learning / big data programmers have embraced Scala, and ScalaCourses.com teaches language basics in a practical manner.
Course are self-paced, which means you can study the material at your own speed. The course materials proceed methodically, so beginners through experienced Scala programmers alike will quickly learn valuable techniques, useful information, and gain practical experience. The material is introduced through many short lectures with working examples and self-discovery techniques. Just enough theory is introduced to gain an intuitive understanding of how to work with the concepts presented.
ScalaCourses.com provides a more effective learning experience than reading books or taking in-person courses.
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This course has 30 lectures, 80 sample programs and over 7 hours of video. Two free lectures are provided: Working With IntelliJ IDEA and Working With Scala IDE for Eclipse. Students should be proficient in another computer language, such as Python, Ruby or Java. This course is a recommended prerequisite for the Intermediate Scala course.
This course has 35 lectures, over 100 sample programs, many exercises with solutions and over 9 hours of video. It is a recommended prerequisite for our Introduction to Play Framework for Scala course, and for machine learning / big data work. You should take our Introduction to Scala course first, or be familiar with that material before starting this course.
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Early access students can work with the course material prior to official release. If you would like to participate, please read the program rules, click on a course link below, and sign up by clicking on the orange "Add to cart" button. New material is made available as each lecture is written and recorded.
Regular price is $450 – now $150 while Early Access pricing is available. This course is the newest member of our Early Access Program. Learn how to configure Play, develop Play applications, and use Play with Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) and achieve a speed boost 15x faster than serving assets directly from your Play app. Check out the free lecture entitled Debugging JVM Programs on Heroku.
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