Stairway to Scala Applied, Part 2

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Introduction to programming in the Scala language. Scala language features.

What you’ll learn
Understand Scala’s composition and inheritance features
Create abstract classes and pure abstract members (methods and fields)
Override and overload methods
Create primary and auxiliary constructors
Call superclass constructors and methods
Understand and use parametric fields
Create factory methods in companion objects
Construct simple DSLs (Domain Specific Languages)
Understand top and bottom types and how Scala uses them
Write correct equals and hashCode methods
Use traits to mix behavior into classes
Know the different styles of packages and visibility modifiers
Be able to import anything from anywhere
Write pre-conditions and post-conditions
Test your code with unit testing
Requirements
Students should follow and complete the Stairway to Scala Setup instructions, available for free on Udemy, before starting this course
Students should have also completed Stairway to Scala Applied Part 1 or have equivalent skills before starting this course
Students will need a laptop or desktop computer with sufficient performance and resources to compile and run the coding exercises
Description
Stairway to Scala Applied, Part 2 covers Scala features that are different from other languages or maybe unique to Scala. It is intended to follow on from Part 1, and dovetails nicely into that flow. In particular, by following this course you will:
Understand Scala’s composition and inheritance features
Create abstract classes and pure abstract members (methods and fields)
Override and overload methods
Create primary and auxiliary constructors
Call superclass constructors and methods
Understand and use parametric fields
Create factory methods in companion objects
Construct simple DSLs (Domain Specific Languages)
Understand top and bottom types and how Scala uses them
Write correct equals and hashCode methods
Use traits to mix behavior into classes
Know the different styles of packages and visibility modifiers
Be able to import anything from anywhere
Write pre-conditions and post-conditions
Test your code with unit testing
Who this course is for?
Anyone wanting to learn the Scala programming language
This is part 2 of a 3 part course, please check you have skills equivalent to part 1 before taking this course
We do assume the student has some programming knowledge in a modern programming language
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