A Philosophy of Testing 2: Idiomatic Scala and Testing

Favor Types Over Tests

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Favor Immutability

Idiomatic Scala is Different

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Mark "Justin" Waks

Mark "Justin" Waks

Lifelong programmer and software architect, specializing in online social tools and (nowadays) Scala. Architect of Querki (“leading the small data revolution”).

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