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Implicits are often regarded with suspicion by developers, with some teams going as far as banning them from their codebases.
In this talk, you will discover how implicit conversions and parameters work in Scala. We will explore resolution rules and their precedence and once you have a good understanding of that, you will learn about design patterns – where they can come in handy as well as scenarios where they should definitely be avoided. At the end of this session, you will have a better idea about the power and the responsibility that comes with the 'i-word'.
Understanding of implicit scope and resolution rules
Heuristic to judge the impact and implicit definition has in your codebase
Design patterns with implicit parameters and conversions
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Embrace the Implicit
Anna is a Senior Data Engineer at Elsevier. She has been a Scala developer for 4 years, working for start-ups before joining the world of research. Anna works on various recommendation systems utilising the latest research in data science and machine learning. She loves all things functional, cats and knitting.