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We had an interesting case of enhancing the functionality of a logging library with our own case to feed data into DataDog. That brought us back to the quick discussion on implicits in Scala. Implicits in a quick sense is Magic! Too much of it and you get lost. In the right balance it is quite useful. One of the favorite examples that I use is from our Scala Training classes where we are working with functional objects. When we are working with functional objects we want all operations to take functional objects as well.

Posted by knoldus  |   Submitted: Mar 27 2014 / 14:25

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