TASTY way of (re)writing macros in Scala 3
Since the interface for writing macros in Scala 3 is completely different from that of Scala 2, macro libraries should become easier to develop and maintain. It also means that macro libraries from Scala 2 can’t be easily migrated or ported and instead have to be rewritten using the new TASTY API.
From simple recipe to flow graph in the factory [reference architecture]
Contributing to scalafmt
Revisiting Scala Native performance
Scala Native performance and memory usage compared with JVM and Graal Native Image.
How to become digitally ripened
Digital transformation means end-to-end business change
How to become a future #VLintern
Thinking about applying for an internship to get some experience under your belt? Make sure you know how to do it right! Here, after years of experience in conducting interviews with interns, we have prepared some tips that will help you in joining VirtusLab! Most of them are universal, so keep them in mind for all recruitment processes you will attend.
Multi-Context Content Delivery – An Enterprise headless content delivery
Join the Scala 3 Release Party by sphere.it
The future of Scaladoc
Scala 3, like all modern languages, needs a tool for generating documentation. Scaladoc, the documentation engine used with Scala 2, is stable and powerful, but it cannot be used ‘as is’ in the Scala 3 world.