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By nivanov
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Published: Aug 19 2012 / 20:46

As was returning from Scalathon 2012 I’ve decided to pen down some of my thoughts on state of the Scala land by the mid-2012. My last “report” about 6 months ago has received a fair amount of attention and I think it’s a good occasion to provide another 6 month look back.
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joesoap2000 replied ago:

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The heading only makes sense in the northern hemisphere ;)

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infovation_Softwares replied ago:

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why does he want Java developers to adopt Scala ? why not focus on others using other shabby languages, just being able to get their things done, but will benefit from Scala..

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joesoap2000 replied ago:

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probably bacause most Scala devs are also Java devs. It runs on the JVM and uses mostly the same libraries after all...

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infovation_Softwares replied ago:

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So Scala is doomed to be living in shadows of JAVA ? Since those who never went after JAVA due to its low performance being a VM, will never ever go after Scala. Unless , Scala starts to compile on Andriod and other platforms without need of a VM.

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infovation_Softwares replied ago:

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And why even mention about stone age relics using Emacs and Vi editors, these people have learning disabilities and cannot comprehend the advantages of M$ notepad over Vi editor, just forget the prehistoric barbarians and the command line fools.

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