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This is an introduction to H2O from Oxdata, an open source, big data in-memory prediction engine. Michal Malohlava and Cliff Click discuss the value of predictions, how they're done, and Scala's role.
Macros are handy tools, but can also cause a lot of headaches. Adriaan Moors discusses common pitfalls, and how you can make them IDE friendly, in hopes of making macros a little less scary.
Paul Phillips, Typesafe co-founder and the most prolific committer to Scala, talks about the language he spent the last five years working to develop.
RxJava is a library for composing asynchronous and event-based programs. Find out more with these real-world examples from Netflix's innovative API.
The creator of the Scala Plugin for IntelliJ IDEA visits the SF Scala Meetup to talk about the awesome tool he created
Data Science has a bad rap for being complicated, but it doesn't have to be! This presentation shows that, with the help of Scala, we can simplify things.
Scala's great for big data cleaning, gleaning, and modeling. Jan Prach, who uses the language to gather insights into people ranking and search, talks about how Scala does it.
Scala is equal parts powerful and complex. Discover some tips for writing excellent Scala code straight from the mouth of its inventor.
The data analysis framework Spark may play a big role in the future of development. This talk introduces you to five projects related to big data and the framework.
Scala, big data, and eBay. Alex Cozzi connects them all in this talk that makes a case for using Scala to build advanced programs.
Where can the Play Framework take you and what are its limitations? In this broadly scoped talk, Scala programmer Will Sargent provides some insights into the framework he's most passionate about.
Scala is simple. At least, according to Adriaan Moors, Typesafe's Scala Tech Lead. Hear why he thinks so, and about the details of Scala 2.10, in this debut talk at the renewal of SF Scala.