High Wizardry in the Land of Scala by Daniel Spiewak.
Daniel is obviously not a decaf fan.
Covers some advanced features of Scala:
- Type Classes
- Type-Level Encoding
He mentions a series of posts at Apocalisp, which starts with: Type-Level Programming in Scala, which has a listing of the following post, sort of. The list is incomplete and not really consistent with all the following articles. A complete listing would be handy. To save the author time I may contribute one.
I am wondering if type encoding of data structures would be useful with complex subject identifiers?
BTW, is Ruby a better language for conferences? Daniel mentions that at Ruby conferences they have porn in their slides. All that you find here is a nasty looking math slide. Would Benjamin be the right person to ask?