Message from discussion Let's have a get-together!
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Subject: Re: Let's have a get-together!
From: Jason Rainbird <rainbird_ja...@hotmail.com>
To: Leeds Scala User Group <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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That sounds pretty neat.
I'm still making my way through the Odersky book, and trying to be
good and work through all the examples, but it's almost a bit too hand-
holdy at the beginning. I've made the mistake on previous attempts to
skip ahead and find myself looking at later examples bemused as to how
they work. Perhaps a code dojo would get me over the hump? Or possibly
just more patience. Or practice. Lots of practice.
Off to look at your links now. :)
On Nov 10, 4:18=A0pm, Aaron <aaron.pritzl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Following on from the interest shown at the last Agile Yorkshire, I'm
> hoping we can get things moving with this group.
> I'm thinking along the lines of either a coding Dojo or perhaps just a
> run through of some example code. Another idea might be that people
> could bring a project they are working on to share (open spaces
> I quite enjoyed Kevin Wright's presentation at a previous Scala
> There's also the N-Queens example:
> or perhaps the "implicit environment" spring DI (or IoC) replacement