Scala Programming Course:
- This course expects you to have a basic understanding of Java or atleast some other programming language. Scala Programming is based on Java, so if you are aware of Java syntax, then it’s pretty easy to learn Scala.
- After learning this course you will have a decent understanding of Java as well as Scala.
- Even though Scala feels like a scripting language, Its syntax is concise and has low ceremony; thus its types get out of the way because the compiler can infer them. Scala is a pure-bred object-oriented language. Conceptually, every value is an object and every operation is a method-call.
- The language supports advanced component architectures through classes and traits. Even though its syntax is fairly conventional, Scala is also a full-blown functional language. Scala runs on the JVM. Java and Scala classes can be freely mixed, no matter whether they reside in different projects or in the same.
- They can even mutually refer to each other, the Scala compiler contains a subset of a Java compiler to make sense of such recursive dependencies. Functions in Scala are objects.
- The function type is just a regular class. The algebraic data types found in languages such as Haskell, F# or ML are modelled in Scala as class hierarchies. Pattern matching is possible over arbitrary classes.
- If you have a good understanding of Scala, every other programming language will almost be a piece of cake, since scala is one of the most complicated language to learn.
Target Customers for Scala Programming:
- Anyone wanting to upgrade from Java to Scala
Pre-Requisites for Scala Programming:
- Basic Computer Knowledge
- Passion to learn
- C (Optional)
- C++ (Optional)
- Python (Optional)
Course Objective for Scala Programming:
- To study the functional approach towards programming
- To learn how to code better in any programming language
- To learn the abstract remains of Scala
- To get a better understanding of Java by learning this Gem