Programming Scala

Programming Scala

  • Title: Programming Scala
  • Author: Venkat Subramaniam
  • ISBN: 193435631X
  • Page: 218
  • Format: broch
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    1. Ce livre est une bonne synthèse sur le langage Scala. Contrairement à l'excellent "Programming in Scala" il arrive a faire une présentation complète sur le langage en 250 pages, ce qui est fort appréciable pour le lecteur qui ne veut pas s'encombrer d'un pavé. Personnellement je le prends souvent avec moi pour des lectures occasionnelles lors de trajet ou en déplacement longue distance.Même si titre laisse penser que l'auteur va aborder la programmation multicore, le livre ne détail pas [...]

    2. Une excellente introduction au langage Scala. Le titre est peut-être pas tout à fait précis, parce qu'on ne trouvera pas vraiment beaucoup de "multicore complexity" dans ce livre, mais si ce que vous voulez c'est découvrir Scala, c'est quand même mieux de commencer avec ce livre qu'avec celui du créateur du langage, prof. Martin Odersky. Une lecture que je recommanderai pour plus tard.

    3. This book is good to have and to read. But it should not be your first and only book on Scala, it is neither comprehensive nor explicit. I would rather call it: Some topics in Scala.

    4. Very good for getting into the language quickly, lots of examples, worked-out problems. This is not a language reference but a short Scala programming HOW-TO. Most topics could be taken quite a bit further although the text would end up much longer. Subramaniam demonstrates language features very effectively, making it easy to extend and apply techniques to larger problems.

    5. Title is MISLEADING - nothing deep/serious about tackling multi-core complexity. Author never bothered to go beyond 2 cores - and with very basic examples.Book is OK as a VERY basic introduction but - for example - "Programming in Scala" by Odersky, Spoon and Venners ( (amazon/Programming-Scala-Comprehensive-Step-step/dp/0981531601/) is much much better.I'm returning mine.

    6. Reasonable book about Scala that gets one star for misleading title. This book IS NOT about multicore and concurrent computing. This is general (but short) book about Scala, with one chapter (Chapter 10, 23 pages) about concurrent programming. This chapter presents Scala constructions supporting concurrency illustrated using extremely simplistic examples. I was expecting something like Lea's books on concurrency in Java. Since I have enough books about general programming in Scala and much bette [...]

    7. As others have noted, the book's value goes beyond its topic and serves as a good model for how a nuts and bolts introduction to computer languages and frameworks should be written. Subramaniam's expertise is evident as he delineates the benefits of working in Scala both for the novice, as well as the seasoned (and maybe overly hardened) Java engineer. His examples for the most part avoid the dreadfully unimaginative "Foo" and "Bar," and give the reader some context of the features make Scala di [...]

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