Two Talks: Pull requests to scala/scala & functional patterns in practice

Tuesday, January 15, 2019 - 19:00
New York

Welcome back and happy new year! We'll start off 2019 right by having two speakers for this edition of ny-scala!

Speaker 1: Eugene Yokota
Talk: Pull requests I sent to scala/scala
I will go over some pull requests that I sent to the upcoming Scala 2.13.x, and describe how to participate in open-source work happening in scala/scala or sbt/* on GitHub.

About Eugene:

At the Lightbend Tooling team he maintains sbt, but his contributions to Scala were done in his own time as a hobby.


Speaker 2: Silvino Barreiros
Talk: Functional patterns in practice

About Silvino:

Silvino is a lead software engineer at Stash. He is an artisanal programmer with interests in functional programming, Scala, and the JVM. He is also a self-aware millennial filling his free time with technology, Crossfit, the NBA, and pugs.


Doors open at 6:30pm and talks will begin at 7:00pm. Proceed through the building lobby and up the elevators.

Food and drink will also be graciously provided by Stash.


512 7th Avenue