What learning path did you follow into Scala?

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  • pfps-shopping-cart

    :shopping_cart: The Shopping Cart application developed in the book "Practical FP in Scala: A hands-on approach"

    Practical FP in Scala - best practices and advanced tips for implementing a microservice in the Cats stack, with extremely clean organisation and code style

  • Eso

    A (mostly) purely functional console-based esoteric language interpreter.

    I was interested in the mixed functional style you could do with Scala, so I decided to make a polyglot esoteric language interpreter where I wrote all the backend stuff functionally. It turned into one of my biggest projects.

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  • os-lib

    OS-Lib is a simple, flexible, high-performance Scala interface to common OS filesystem and subprocess APIs

    In particular, the ammonite REPL and os-lib are absolutely ace.

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