What should I avoid coming from Java to Scala?

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  • Scala school

    Lessons in the Fundamentals of Scala

    The great thing about Scala it’s built to support both functional and OOP depending on your needs. As for some great Scala basics for beginners, I found the Twitter scala school very helpful https://twitter.github.io/scala_school/

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    The easy way to learn Scala.

    Hahaha, I know when people ask for advice everyone throws in a book. But honestly, this one is the main "learn scala" book, and it's got a lot of examples so it's not as dry as the rest. Also there's a website where the examples can be done and validated in the browser: https://www.scala-exercises.org/

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