Scala for Python developers


If you are a Python developer, perhaps you ever felt the need to step up your Django application, or your data pipeline, to the next level, towards a technology which allows to build larger, safer and more robust softwares.

It turns out that Scala is an excellent fit to these issues. In particular for Python developers who, I’m sure, value the clear and intuitive syntax, the scripting-like feeling while coding, and the support for object oriented programming. Good news, you also have all of that in Scala, and so much more…




Mathematician, Scala enthusiast, father of two.

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Antoine Doeraene

Antoine Doeraene

Mathematician, Scala enthusiast, father of two.

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