Scala & Functional Programming Practice
Master the functional programming mindset with Scala and nail every functional programming interview.
Become a master.
People taking the Scala Essentials course have been asking me for almost 2 years:
"Tail recursion seems pretty important. I'm playing with this sorting function but can't get it right. Can you help?"
"Daniel, can you give me some Scala projects or problems I can practice on?"
Let me tell you straight: you will practice the S__T out of tail recursion. You will dream in tail recursion. EVERYTHING WE WRITE is tail-recursive. Here are some stats:
- 9+ hours of professionally-recorded video
- 36+ problems
- 2000+ lines of code
- 2 implicit niceties to impress your problem asker
- everything @tailrec
- 1 mindset changed (yours, I hope!)
Mutable data structures wreak havoc in multithreaded and distributed applications, make 20 lines of code take hours to read and understand (no joke) and make a snowflake look like Hulk when compared to your code. Not to mention the endless stack overflows caused by stack recursion.
We reject that right off the bat. We practice immutable data structures, tail-recursion and pure functional programming. That means no variables, no loops, no mutation, no setters, no i++.
Ace all the interviews.
If you're looking to get a software developer position in Scala, or looking to change jobs, this course will be your Cracking the Coding Interview.
All the problems are framed as exercises you need to complete in a time frame, just like a normal interview. At the end, I will guide you with a solution and in-depth explanations. I won't just tell you how it works, I will tell you how I got the idea, and how to approach the problems.
Take the proven path.
For this course, I have:
- deconstructed the mental model so you don't have to bang your head against the wall
- selected relevant problems to showcase various approaches and techniques
- sequenced them by difficulty so you can improve your level bit by bit
- applied everything in 2000+ lines of code you will write with me
StartLists Intro (19:04)
Start(easy) Get K-th element (10:57)
Start(easy) Length (7:45)
Preview(easy) Reverse (11:36)
Start(easy) Concatenation (10:31)
Start(easy) Remove K-th element (10:15)
Start(easy) The big 3: map, flatMap, filter (24:28)
Preview(medium) Run-length Encoding (15:20)
Start(medium) Duplicate Elements (10:35)
Start(medium) Rotate List (12:18)
Start(medium) Random Samples (10:59)
Start(medium) An Improved flatMap (15:24)
Preview(hard) Insertion Sort (15:24)
Start(hard) Merge Sort (20:06)
Start(hard) Quick Sort (20:10)
I'm a software engineer and the lead instructor for Rock the JVM. I started the Rock the JVM project out of love for Scala and the technologies it powers - they are all amazing tools and I want to share as much of my experience with them as I can.
For the last 7 years, I've taught a variety of Computer Science topics to 27000+ students at various levels and I've held live trainings for some of the best companies in the industry, including Adobe and Apple. I've also taught university students who now work at Google and Facebook (among others), I've held Hour of Code for 7-year-olds and I've taught 6000 kids to code.
I have a Master's Degree in Computer Science and I wrote my Bachelor and Master theses on Quantum Computation. Before starting to learn programming, I won medals at international Physics competitions.
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Risk-free: 100% money back guarantee.
If you're not happy with this course, I want you to have your money back. If that happens, email me at [email protected] with a copy of your welcome email and I will refund you the course.