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This course has 30 lectures, 80 sample programs and over 7 hours of video. The lectures and working code examples are kept up-to-date with the latest Scala 2.12 information each time the compiler team releases a new milestone. You can view the free Working With Scala IDE for Eclipse lecture. 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. The lectures and working code examples are kept up-to-date with the latest Scala 2.12 information each time the compiler team releases a new milestone. This course 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.
Logged-in students can download course notes and lecture videos. We update transcripts and videos frequently, and provide release notes for each course and lecture. Enrollment is for 365 days, and students automatically get updates as they are released. Students can renew their enrollment for a fraction of the original price.
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Learn how to configure, develop and test Play Framework 2 applications using Scala. This course is up-to-date with Play Framework 2.4.3 information in the lectures and code examples, and information about the upcoming Play Framework 3.0 is added as it becomes known. Regular price is $450 – now only $275. Most of the lecture transcripts and sample code have been written. Over 4 hours of video are currently available, with more on the way.
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