Zurich Scala Enthusiasts
What better way to communicate than through code? This is the home for samples, demos, and exercises of the Zurich Scala Enthusiasts.
NOTE: You can skip some of these instructions and just clone or download the sources from this repository. You should be able to run the REPL from the command line, run SBT in the project (be sure to execute ‘update’ to download dependencies), and open the IntelliJ project.
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Getting Started with Scala
Documentation / Books
Here are some great, mostly free, resources to help you on your way.
- Scala Language Specification
- Programming Scala,
- Programming in Scala,
- Stack Overflow, #scala
- FreeNode IRC, #scala
- scala-user Mailing List
- IntelliJ 10.5.2 Community Edition
- “Scala Plugin” and “SBT” from the Plugin Manager
- Add “idea-sbt” plugin to SBT to generate IDEA config.