Atomic Scala • Introduction • Example Code & Exercise Solutions. These are available for download from Consulting. Bruce Eckel believes . Atomic Scala Bruce Eckel & Dianne marsh atom. No chapter numbers to make them easy to shift around. Book can be an intro for a dedicated learner. This is the the 2nd edition, released March 27, , in PDF, epub and mobi ( Kindle) formats. The PDF file has a bookmarked table of contents.
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To ask other readers questions about Atomic Scalaplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Dec 25, Michael Koltsov rated it it was amazing.
I enjoy books and conferences that Bruce Eckel does. So, i was thrilled to buy and read it. The book is easy as pie! Since we have long Christmas holidays i was able to read most of the book throughout the weekend. Exercises are great, they can give you some practical experience with Scala that you strive to have before starting your first project or finding a good OSS to contribute.
Last chapters can be tough sometimes, but the basics are taught brilliantly! Aug 06, Chris Phelps rated it really liked it. This is a very nice introductory text for the Scala programming language.
By focusing on bite-sized pieces, avoiding “forward references” there are a few instances of “we’ll discuss this more later” but no “just copy this until we describe it”and not relying on existing knowledge of some other programming language, this book does a nice job of introducing a language that is often criticized for being too complicated.
It shows that with a thoughtful introduction, the Scala language is more po This is a very nice introductory text for the Scala programming language. It shows that with a thoughtful introduction, the Scala language is more powerful and expressive than other languages ahem, Java while also being more internally consistent.
All the “atoms” are very focused and easy to follow, and except for the last few, can be pretty easily understood in a single review. This book won’t get you a deep grounding in Scala and doesn’t intend to but rather a very solid foundation for further experimentation and study.
View all 6 comments. Mar 17, Andy Wang rated it really liked it. Finished this book and almost all its exercises.
This book is great for experienced developers who are new to Atomci. However it mainly focuses on Syntax and not dive deep into functional programming, which is a main paradigm of Scala. Next I will digest “Functional Programming with Scala”. Sep 22, Sebastian Gebski rated it really liked it. I’ve bought it without hesitation – I didn’t check any reviews, I didn’t download the sample initial pages, avail at the official siteI just paid for the book the day it was published.
Who the hell is Bruce Eckel? They were published helluva time ago, but I still remember how superior they were, whe I’ve bought it without hesitation – I didn’t check any reviews, Eeckel didn’t download the sample initial pages, avail at the official siteI just paid for the book the day it was published.
They were published helluva time ago, but I still remember how superior they were, when compared to any other tech books available. Bruce had a gift of describing complex topics in an easy way. What about his latest book then?
It’s quite a similar story. First, this book doesn’t assume you know any other programming languages – that’s a bit annoying in the beginning because Bruce explains the very basicsbut you can skim that through to go for some true “meat”.
Atomic Scala by Bruce Eckel
The overall content of this book isn’t as comprehensive as “Scala in Action” or “Programming in Scala”, but it’s very well organized, so if you’re about to start your adventure with Scala, this book is highly recommended. May 08, Brian Vanderbusch rated it liked it.
Abandoned it for now. Stopped at the sentence that read “Scala is both object oriented and a functional language.
This book focuses on objects Might be a good approach for a reader who is a beginning programmer entirely, but Scala isn’t likely to be a beginner’s first language, so ignoring what makes Scala different I feel Abandoned it for now. I feel scwla a atokic decision on the part of the author.
Oct 22, Naveen rated it really liked it Shelves: Good easy introduction to Scala. Introduces solution patterns and ztomic.
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