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one two one two a well uh one one moment to see wow i wish in front of this call centre
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e. p. f. l. and like then i would like to welcome you all to
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the tenth anniversary of the holidays here was on riddles started and i would really for
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for me to stop shaking i would really need you to give yourself one huge round of applause please
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f.
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this is a good audience so point being and i'm going to wear today on a takeover because she's the professional in
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describing style these would not be here if there were no
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you so this is all for you so this is our gift
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to you in the next five or mean we already started yesterday
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so i really wish for you to injury and i'm giving the
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work today and a half ago and also a very warm welcome for me some
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of you know me my name's diana i'm with holiday since two thousand fourteen i uh
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in other in chicago new york but then copenhagen answer them probably
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no that's not true i only organised two of the but then once
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so why are we to here on state because we
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with the help off a lot of people make this happened
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so uh yeah it's from e. p. f. l. this garden centre
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uh you can find rented or add to your talk and you can also write an email if
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you have any questions you can find me a hundred or a first name last name very boring
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and my email address it's just the first three letters of my first
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name d. h. a. a trifle dot com if you have questions you can
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enough already m. won't return my d. m.s are open and i
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and i do you wanna say who else we would like to thank
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well there really too many people that would like to think about for sure it was on tourism and nor
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are and the whole crew or we were a meeting
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for with the registration and the social runs around town
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a three hour well i'm thirty three at at e.
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p. f. l. really was the background of the logistic
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a captain mean and like ben team or recharge through amazing
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oh and i've got a genie and the holes respect team
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not to mention the e. p. f. l. people and alarm poop and our colleague
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and i could go on and on and on but the point being there yeah yeah
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uh volunteers and love you to death thank you so much for
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john thinking page and and taking over and and making this all happen
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um but the point being that there are many many many groups of people that came together in the last year
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to make all these um concerts possible what would be so thank you thank you
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why are we here
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because in two thousand ten it's incredible men over there well i'd have that's awesome language
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let's teach the wealth and make a conference in college candidates so they they it
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they also had bags although their bags was everywhere rather folders with the stuff and
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you have bags that you can reuse and there have some uh with me from you
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from them i will give people the back than it was just one hundred and fifty five people and
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if you look around it's not everyone is here yet but we're getting there this year we have a thousand
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so we almost crimes hand
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right and it's that it every things that it over
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they are this direction reverential you've been directed in like manner
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roughly at e. p. f. l. that's why at the tenth anniversary we're back in laws and
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but there was another thing happening in two thousand ten so
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that this guy days it not actually finish when they are finished
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everyone had to stay a bit longer because can you remember what it was
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uh_huh louder yeah yeah whatever can pronounce it correctly a thank you for that
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so that is what happened in two thousand ten and thing than
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oh my god i told you i'm with scully since two thousand fourteen that
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we had it in the us and in europe we had a lot of them
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i don't have all of the stickers here so if you have a stickers from from the years two thousand eighty
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in in berlin or two thousand thirteen in the ark i take
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them so i can update the slide think much with and we co
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located with the type levels um summit since two thousand and seventeen
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the type of of them it this week for us will happen in
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i'm deciding to to larson type level i mean i cannot believe a
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job that that is over their use by earth anyhow five twelve oh
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self proclaimed effectively buffy fan with that person ever yes
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thank you and it's happening on friday with this you have this right
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conference play sorry if do you have installed a as colour they zap
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yes okay if you did not install these guys at please make sure
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that you have it and that you had it at the latest version
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and not only that you have it at the latest trends in
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oh we also want to argue with push notifications uh this this for
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a lot of reasons but mainly if there is a last minute cancellation
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it's really hard to update a a website because
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uh well it's not really hard it's quite easy backs
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um our wonderful people would do that seats that on the west coast
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of the u. s. which means nine hours difference so if we have a
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change in the more in the morning it in the middle of the night there
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so it's easier to send you a push notification and tell you a speaker x. y. is
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not in but speaker a. b. will be there so
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please make sure that you have this in april thank
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you very much and of course you can find the schedule there and you can vote for the session it's
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this is very valuable uh uh feedback for the speakers
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it's basically just just i should strike this word out
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of my a lot of my vocabulary it's uh it's nice
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so it's very easy to truth you have you have that in your if i
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so of course uh all this because want to see that my dislike and you can see the schedule
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and everything what's going on a plane easy to
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think people know that um he would not be here
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we thank all of our sponsors you kind find where they are on a map on
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our website venue map and you can also read their what they do at the both
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or since you are already here i suggest you just go by and check out what they have at their booth
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some of them have awesome games and they will raffle uh something really really
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also which you can then uh uh when on thursday lunchtime lunchtime
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so if you enter ruffle of one of the sponsors be sure that there's the
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lunchtime it's all in your schedule um you will be here in this room and
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be also here when they see you know your name and you can
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pick up your products so thank you very much to all of our sponsors
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can we get a pound of law
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and that is something that is very dear to my heart and since it is i will uh read the
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first paragraph from the slide please bear with me while
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i do and listen to me well i do that
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i forgot the days are dedicated to providing
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a conference for technologists from various regions and communities
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we want to make it a fun experience experience
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for everyone regardless of gender race and many different backgrounds
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all participants including speakers and sponsors i asked to be respectful to each other
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and comply with the code of conduct that you can find on our website
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if a if you we miss a code of conduct or
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if you are in the i'm a victim or it the
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uh the receiver off a code of conduct violation you have
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many ways to report it first of all it's diarrhoea and myself
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so now you know or face this which is good i'm going to keep
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being him super bright colours or you cannot disney also you can talk to me
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yes i i'm never in bright colours i'm sorry you have to remember my pace and
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you can also talk to uh it's the best young if any please stand up for minutes
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if you feel more comfortable to talk to a male
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human but then we have the car a thank you very much or i think you and you don't want anyone in
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particular and you just want to uh complain about anything then
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we have the info at its gala day start or work
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uh as i said earlier you can also send me i traded am no problem i. d. m.s are open
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what all you know what uh we all three have fun with power but this time we really are
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asking you to have fun at all these anything to many of you were here on monday and tuesday
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and doing the screen the contributors from it to have have you had fun fall for
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a lot of love and we doubt for dirt are due

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Conference Program

Welcome!
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A Tour of Scala 3
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A story of unification: from Apache Spark to MLflow
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In Types We Trust
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Techniques for Teaching Scala
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Future-proofing Scala: the TASTY intermediate representation
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Metals: rich code editing for Scala in VS Code, Vim, Emacs and beyond
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Akka Streams to the Extreme
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Scala First: Lessons from 3 student generations
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Cellular Automata: How to become an artist with a few lines
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Why Netflix ❤'s Scala for Machine Learning
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Massively Parallel Distributed Scala Compilation... And You!
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Polymorphism in Scala
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sbt core concepts
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Making Our Future Bette
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12 June 2019 · 2:31 p.m.
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Testing in the postapocalyptic future
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Context Buddy: the tool that knows your code better than you
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The Shape(less) of Type Class Derivation in Scala 3
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12 June 2019 · 3:30 p.m.
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Refactor all the things!
Daniela Sfregola, organizer of the London Scala User Group meetup
12 June 2019 · 3:31 p.m.
Integrating Developer Experiences - Build Server Protocol
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12 June 2019 · 3:32 p.m.
Managing an Akka Cluster on Kubernetes
Markus Jura, MOIA
12 June 2019 · 3:33 p.m.
Serverless Scala - Functions as SuperDuperMicroServices
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How are we going to migrate to Scala 3.0, aka Dotty?
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12 June 2019 · 4:46 p.m.
Concurrent programming in 2019: Akka, Monix or ZIO?
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12 June 2019 · 4:47 p.m.
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12 June 2019 · 4:48 p.m.
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Pure Functional Database Programming‚ without JDBC
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Why you need to be reviewing open source code
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Develop seamless web services with Mu
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Implementing the Scala 2.13 collections
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12 June 2019 · 5:48 p.m.
Introduction to day 2
13 June 2019 · 9:10 a.m.
Sustaining open source digital infrastructure
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13 June 2019 · 9:16 a.m.
Building a Better Scala Community
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13 June 2019 · 10:15 a.m.
Run Scala Faster with GraalVM on any Platform
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13 June 2019 · 10:16 a.m.
ScalaClean - full program static analysis at scale
Rory Graves
13 June 2019 · 10:17 a.m.
Flare & Lantern: Accelerators for Spark and Deep Learning
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13 June 2019 · 10:18 a.m.
Metaprogramming in Dotty
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13 June 2019 · 11:15 a.m.
Fast, Simple Concurrency with Scala Native
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13 June 2019 · 11:16 a.m.
Pick your number type with Spire
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13 June 2019 · 11:17 a.m.
Scala.js and WebAssembly, a tale of the dangers of the sea
Sébastien Doeraene, Executive director of the Scala Center
13 June 2019 · 11:18 a.m.
Performance tuning Twitter services with Graal and ML
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13 June 2019 · 12:15 p.m.
Supporting the Scala Ecosystem: Stories from the Line
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13 June 2019 · 12:16 p.m.
Compiling to preserve our privacy
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13 June 2019 · 12:17 p.m.
Building Scala with Bazel
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13 June 2019 · 12:18 p.m.
Asynchronous streams in direct style with and without macros
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13 June 2019 · 3:45 p.m.
Interactive Computing with Jupyter and Almond
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13 June 2019 · 3:46 p.m.
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13 June 2019 · 3:47 p.m.
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High performance Privacy By Design using Matryoshka & Spark
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13 June 2019 · 3:48 p.m.
All the fancy things flexible dependency management can do
Alexandre Archambault, engineer at the Scala Center
13 June 2019 · 4:46 p.m.
ScalaWebTest - integration testing made easy
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13 June 2019 · 4:47 p.m.
Mellite: An Integrated Development Environment for Sound
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13 June 2019 · 4:48 p.m.
Closing panel
Panel
13 June 2019 · 5:54 p.m.