Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: aac, 48000 Hz
Language: English | VTT | Size: 1.26 GB | Duration: 3.5 hours
Read and write code in Scala.
What you'll learn
Learn functional programming and higher-order functions
Understand how the Actor system works, and how it allows for easy concurrency.
Create simple financial systems using the Akka library.
A solid understanding of object-oriented programming, and experience with at least one object-oriented language such as Python, Java, C#, or C++.
In Scala and Akka for Finance, you'll learn how to use Akka to create concurrent financial systems.
You'll learn about lots of topics, including :
Universally Unique Identifiers
And lots more!
This course, unlike many other courses, is a hands-on course, and is best suited for students who prefer to learn actively. In this course, you'll find :
Five quizzes for self-testing
Two hands-on coding exercises, with COMPLETE video solutions
Hours of code-along videos at JUST the right pace
PowerPoint lectures that discuss the WHY before we start coding. No more mindless copy and pasting!
Some other coding courses dive through hundreds and hundreds of lines of code with hardly any explanation. On the other hand, this course emphasizes understanding the code, rather than just mindlessly churning out lines of confusing code. If you are a student that enjoys actively learning and understanding the WHY behind the code, and not just the HOW, then this course is the perfect fit for you!
Who this course is for:
Developers who already know an object-oriented programming language, preferably Java, but have no experience with Scala or functional programming.