Andrew Gwozdziewycz on 18 Jul 2007 23:00:48 -0000

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[philly-lambda] Re: Scala, anyone?

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  • Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2007 19:00:01 -0400
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Have you heard of it? Are you using it? Think it sucks?

Have heard of it, but haven't used it. To me it looks as though a bunch of Java developers
decided that functional programming was a cool idea and hacked up a new language. Thats
my impression from the 2 minutes I've looked at it.

I haven't used Java in a while, but Scala claims to be fully interoperable with it, which might be
great for those people forced to use Java for whatever reason...

Overall, it looks like it has quite a bit of potential.

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