Reading Scala code is easy once you get used to it. However, it is always good to have a well defined set of guidelines so that the code which is readable for an individual is also readable by the other person as well as maintainable by the client. At Knoldus, we strive to write code which is clean and beautiful. At one of the Knolx sessions, we collected the information pertaining to clean code, much of the contributions coming from Daniel Spiewak and David Copeland. You can find the details here as well.
Written by Vikas Hazrati
Vikas is the CEO and Co-Founder of Knoldus Inc. Knoldus does niche Reactive and Big Data product development on Scala, Spark, and Functional Java. Knoldus has a strong focus on software craftsmanship which ensures high-quality software development. It partners with the best in the industry like Lightbend (Scala Ecosystem), Databricks (Spark Ecosystem), Confluent (Kafka) and Datastax (Cassandra). Vikas has been working in the cutting edge tech industry for 20+ years. He was an ardent fan of Java with multiple high load enterprise systems to boast of till he met Scala. His current passions include utilizing the power of Scala, Akka and Play to make Reactive and Big Data systems for niche startups and enterprises who would like to change the way software is developed. To know more, send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.knoldus.com