Scala Days: 11 of the Best Speakers Share Their Slides

The slides behind some of the best talks at Scala Days

Scala Days Amsterdam has swept us with tons of awesome Scala content, we had a great time attending the talks and showcasing Takipi’s new reactive monitoring solution. There were a total of 55 different sessions around all things Scala and some of the slides have already started popping up. In this post, we’ve selected a few of them for your viewing pleasure.

New Post: #ScalaDays: 11 of the Best Speakers Share Their Slides

— Takipi (@takipid) June 11, 2015

1. Keynote: Life Beyond the Illusion of Present // Jonas Boner

2. The Reactive Streams Implementation Landscape // Mathias Doenitz

The slides for my #ScalaDays talk today on #ReactiveStreams are up:

— Mathias (@sirthias) June 10, 2015

3. Fixing Reactive Code at 100 Miles per Hour // Tal Weiss

4. Exercise in machine learning // Jan Mahchek

Thanks to my great audience! Slides are at, code at (With great support from @cakesolutions.) — Jan Macháček (@honzam399) June 9, 2015

5. Lambda Architecture with Spark Streaming, Kafka, Cassandra, Akka, Scala // Helena Edelson

6. The Twelve Factor App: Best Practices for Scala Deployment // Joe Kutner

Slides are available right here.

7. Essential Scala: Six Core Principles for Learning Scala // Noel Welsh

Slides are available right here.

8. Type-safe off-heap memory for Scala // Denys Shabalin

Slides about scala-offheap from my ScalaDays Amsterdam 2015 talk.

— Denys Shabalin (@den_sh) June 9, 2015

9. Large volume data analysis on the Typesafe Reactive Platform // Martin Zapletal

Slides are available right here.

10. A purely functional approach to building large applications // Noel Markham

This one is a special highlight since Noel actually built his presentation to run inside a sbt console! Check it out.

11. A Pragmatic View of Reactive // Lutz Hühnken

Did you run into slides from other talks as well? Please post them in the comments section below.

Reference: Scala Days: 11 of the Best Speakers Share Their Slides from our JCG partner Alex Zhitnitsky at the Takipi blog.

Alex Zhitnitsky

Alex is an engineer working with OverOps on a mission to help Java and Scala developers solve bugs in production and rid the world of buggy software. Passionate about all things tech, he is also the co-founder & lead of GDG Haifa, a local developer group. Alex holds a B.Sc from the Technion, Israel's Institute of Technology.
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