Getting started with scala: a bit lost

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  • Scala Exercises

    The easy way to learn Scala.

    Once you have been through that, I recommend our Scala Exercises site for some interactive learning:

  • scala-cli

    Scala CLI is a command-line tool to interact with the Scala language. It lets you compile, run, test, and package your Scala code (and more!)

    Since your starting to learn Scala I would recommend using Scala-cli instead It's way easier to start with and soon it would be the default Scala runner.

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  • mill-scala-hello.g8

    Giter8 template for a Mill project with a Scala Hello App

    SBT 👎 try Mill instead, so much easier and more intuitive

  • scala-template

    You can take mine GitHub template I created for my students. The more you move the more you understand and modify.

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