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This talk suggests particular solutions to these problems. We will be looking at reducing boiler-plate, re-using code between queries, efficiently modelling object references and more.
Slick is Typesafe's open source database access library for Scala. It features a collection-style API, compact syntax, type-safe, compositional queries and explicit execution control. Community feedback helped us to identify common problems developers are facing when writing Slick applications.
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Patterns for Slick database applications
Jan Christopher Vogt is a Software Engineer at Sport195 NYC, a former member of the Scala team in Switzerland and a major contributor to the Slick database library.