Scala in Practice
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Scala in Practice

Coding and App Developement using Scala Programming Language
3.4 (29 ratings)
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  • 2 Supplemental Resources
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What Will I Learn?
  • Understand the basic principles of Scala
  • Understand programming in Scala
  • Implement hands-on Scala code
  • Create a Mobile App using Scala
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  • A basic understanding of programming languages
  • Some familiarity with object-oriented programming concepts

Scala is a programming language designed to include advantages from both object-oriented and functional programming paradigms. It is a concise, agile, and scalable language that can handle lots of data in real time. Scala is a popular choice for many open source and Big Data projects. The prominent Big Data framework, Apache Spark, is also developed using Scala.

Adastra Academy’s ‘Scala in Practice’ includes a general overview, the benefits of programming in Scala, and several hands-on exercises. Unlike other courses, students taking ‘Scala in Practice’ quickly become proficient in coding and develop a Mobile App as part of the course work. We also explore Scala’s main features that make it a unique programming language and various enterprise applications to understand why it is more often deployed than others.

Who is the target audience?
  • Big Data Developers
  • Programmers and Developers
  • Data Scientists
  • Data Engineers
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 15 Lectures Collapse All 15 Lectures 02:30:02
Introduction to Scala and Environment Setup
3 Lectures 19:12

This lecture contains the detailed installation guide and the setting up tools and environment for developing codes in Scala.

Preview 7 pages

In this lecture, there is a description of basic types and basic operations and finally how to define a basic function in Scala.

Preview 09:43
Collections in Scala
1 Lecture 17:53
In this section, the difference between mutable and immutable collections is introduced. It also provides examples of some of the most used collection types and finally some methods from Scala’s collection library.
Parallelism and Concurrency Concepts in Scala
2 Lectures 11:23
In this section the concept of Parallelism and some examples of how to make collections parallel followed by a discussion on an improved threading model (Actors) in the Akka package are discussed. The last topic in this section is Lazy Evaluation which is useful when dealing with values that are not needed immediately and whose computational cost is significant.
Parallelism and Concurrency

Hands-on Exercises Code in Scala Worksheet
Object-oriented Paradigm
3 Lectures 32:54
In this section we are going to cover the definition of Classes and Objects, then we provide some examples for Case classes and Pattern Matching. Followed by Overriding. Trait, which is generalization of Java's interface and allows multiple inheritance is discussed next. Then polymorphism concept, parameterized function/classes/trait is discussed with examples followed by the important feature which is interoperability between Java and Scala programming languages.
Object-oriented Programming Paradigm- part I

Object-oriented Programming Paradigm- part II

Hands-on Exercises Code in Scala Worksheet
Functional Programming Principles in Scala
3 Lectures 29:56
In this section, we are going to cover the concept of functional programming, the difference between call-by-value and call-by-name, recursion and tail recursion. Then the concepts of Higher-order functions and Nested functions are discussed along with some examples of the functions in Scala. At the end of the section, there is an introduction to For Expression along with examples to show how For Expression is used to make programming in Scala easier in some cases.
Functional Programming Principles in Scala- part I

Functional Programming Principles in Scala- part II

Hands-on Exercises Code in Scala Worksheet
App Development using Scala Programming Language
1 Lecture 00:00
App Development using Scala Language
22 pages
Scala for Spark, a Framework for Big Data Processing
1 Lecture 09:15

In this section, there is a comparison between different frameworks for Big Data processing followed by a abrief introduction to Spark, the most promising and open source cluster computing framework with in-memory primitives which helps improve the performance. Spark is developed using the Scala programming language.

Scala for Spark
Hands-on: Coding exercise Analysis of ParkingTag DateSet
1 Lecture 00:25
Coding Excercise with ParkingTag DataSet
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