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Question for Scala authors

 
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Question for Scala authors. One thing I think Scala needs is something like Josh Bloch's "Effective Java" where there is a detailed lists of best practises - not just how to program. Do any of your books cover best practises?
 
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Luke Murphy wrote:Hi,
Question for Scala authors. One thing I think Scala needs is something like Josh Bloch's "Effective Java" where there is a detailed lists of best practises - not just how to program. Do any of your books cover best practises?


I'm not aware of a book that has the same format as Effective Java, but Scala in Depth has a lot to teach even experienced Scala programmers
 
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