Scala’s growth in popularity over the last few years has caused quite a stir.
With organisations such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Sony preferring this concise programming language, taking the time to learn Scala is looking like a sensible investment for developers.
Your next move after Java?
Scala was designed to address the criticisms and vulnerabilities of Java but also runs alongside it, using the Java platform. It’s this design that makes Scala a common choice for modern application development when a more functional approach is preferred.
There are alternatives such as Ceylon and Kotlin, languages that were also created
There are lots of talented developers that could write practically anything in Java, but there are very few that could do so in a way that it could easily
Growth in the IT jobs market
If you’re a Java developer looking to learn Scala, we’ve got a fantastic opportunity to discuss with you.
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