The book has been updated to cover new features up to and including Scala version 2.12, such as:
Creating your own AnyVals
Futures and concurrency, including new methods added in 2.12 and asynchronous testing with Futures in ScalaTest 3.0
The close integration of Scala 2.12 and Java 8, most significantly
the new ability to use function literals to express instances of SAM
The latest recommendations for Scala coding style
New recommendations for writing hashCode
The context bounds syntax for typeclasses
As of today, both the eBook and paper book are in stock and ready for purchase. You can pick up a copy today at Artima or Amazon.
Also, for those of you attending Scala Days in New York next week, Martin and I
will be on hand for a book signing on Tuesday, May 10, at noon at the
Artima booth. Please come by and say hello!
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