Scala For Beginners

Scala For Beginners
Scala For Beginners
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Learn scala programming language from scratch

Learn scala programming language from scratch
This is a very basic introductory course to the fundamentals of the Scala programming language for anyone new to the language.
Scala was derived from Java which is one of the top-five programming languages in the world today. It is a versatile and elegant object -oriented programming language. This means it is class based and treats everything as an object. It has a robust security . Java is the number one development environment for the enterprise. Almost 97% of all networked enterprise applications runs on Java. OVER 3 mobile devices use it.
If you know Java then Scala will be much easier to learn.
Java Virtual Machine or JVM makes it easy to run java built applications on any platform Most vendors have a version of JVM on their operating system which simplifies the portability of java applications.Scala runs also on JVM.
Scala is object oriented and also a functional language which contains classes,objects , functions and other useful APi's that all java built applications use.This makes it easy to run Scala and java on top any operating system hence making it platform independent and providing flexibility of choice for the user to select the operating system to use to run their java applications.
What you will learn in this course includes:
How to write and execute Scala code online
How to create scala variables
How to create scala Arrays
How to create scala Lists
How to create scala functions
Concepts of objects and classes
This course does not require any software installations as we will
be writing and executing our Scala code using an online scala interpreter.
I look forward to welcoming you to the course.
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