There is some confusion as to what is meant:
- Where this the 9th, 10th or 11th Scala Days?
- Where the first Scala Days 9, 10 or 11 years ago?
The truth is, that the first Scala Days were organized in 2010 and took place in Lausanne. So it was 9 years ago, but the tenth event. For this reason it was done in Lausanne again, but in a much larger venue.
Just for the completeness:
- first Scala Days 2010: Lausanne (Videos)
- Scala Days 2011: Stanford
- Scala Days 2012: London
- Scala Days 2013: New York
- Scala Days 2014: Berlin
- Scala Days 2015: Amsterdam
- Scala Days 2016: Berlin
- Scala Days 2017: Copenhagen
- Scala Days 2018: Berlin
- Scala Days 2019: Lausanne
I visited the following talks:
- A story of unification: from Apache Spark to MLflow by Reynold Xin
- Creating Native iOS and Android Apps in Scala without tears by Zahari Dichev
- Akka Streams to the Extreme by Heiko Seeberger
- Polymorphism in Scala by Petra Bierleutgeb
- Making Our Future Better by Viktor Klang
- How are we going to migrate to Scala 3.0, aka Dotty? by Lukas Rytz
- Implementing the Scala 2.13 collections by Stefan Zeiger
And on the last day I visited the following talks and the diversity panel and the closing panel:
- Sustaining open source digital infrastructure by Bogdan Vasilescu
- Run Scala Faster with GraalVM on any Platform by Vojin Jovanovic
- Pick your number type with Spire by Denis Rosset
- Performance tuning Twitter services with Graal and ML by Chris Thalinger
- Scala best practices I wish someone’d told me about by Nicolas Rinaudo
- Immutable Sequential Maps – Keeping order while hashed by Odd Möller
Here is the whole schedule.
Btw., links might expire when the next Scala Days will start using the site in early 2020. Where it will be in 2020 is still unknown, but since 2014 it has been a habit to do the even years in Berlin. I will try to come, if there are Scala Days 2020 in Europe.