Scala Days 2019 https://scaladays.org/
CFP open
CFP closes:
Jan 20, 2019 at 12:00am MST
about 1 month left to submit your proposal

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Scala Days 2019 Call for Proposals

Here is a fun fact: in 2019, EPFL, Scala and Scala Days are turning 50, 15 and 10 years old, respectively. There are plenty of reasons to celebrate and that is why we decided to host Scala Days where it was founded in Lausanne, at EPFL, June 11-13, 2019.

The organizers invite experts in the field of Scala and its applications in business, academia, and the broader community to submit presentations by January 20, 2019.

The conference aims to provide up-to-date and practical knowledge on Scala for software developers, software architects, team leads, and researchers. Due to the occasion, we also encourage you to share your Scala stories and your reflections about the future of Scala.

Scala Days seeks to provide topics relevant to developers using Scala in various businesses. You'll find some examples below. While planning a talk, you should consider which aspects of your topic are most relevant to your audience. Please take into account that the knowledge of your audience varies. To help you prepare and hold a successful presentation, we have compiled some online resources for presenters. You can also check out our YouTube Channel for previous talks.

Topics

We are looking for talks covering different areas of Scala. Suggested topics for submissions include but are not limited to:

  • Foundations
    • Functional programming fundamentals
    • Types
    • Concurrency and parallelism
  • Experience reports
    • Industrial adoption
    • Open source
    • Mentoring
    • Teaching
    • Community
  • Libraries and applications
    • Distributed systems
    • Machine learning
    • Big data
    • Databases
    • Others
  • Workflow
    • Programming methodologies
    • Deployment
    • DevOps
    • Security issues
  • Tooling
    • Compilers and virtual machines
    • IDEs
    • Testing frameworks
    • Build tools
    • Next generation tooling