Scala Development Services
Need a Scala programmer for your application? You surely came to the right firm. “EchoUA” provides IT staffing services and project based coding. We pleasantly help you to secure the finest worker or a team for remote work. All our developers are accomplished professionals proficient in building customized applications using the new trends, including SCALA, Delphi, Elasticsearch, CSS, Socket.io, Plone, JavaFX, Facebook API, Requirejs, ASP.NET MVC, Jasmine. You can also choose us as a Scala development partner and outsource full-cycle development services to us.
OUR ADVANTAGES :
- First-class Ukrainian coders with more than 3 yrs of industry experience.
- Employee retention best methods to make sure your coders stay happy.
- Experienced account supervisors to maintain smooth cooperation.
- Adjustable model with simple bi-weekly billing.
We help you accelerate your ideas by providing trusted Scala programmers who can get involved in your forces and rapidly start delivering first-rate code. Contact us and examine the resumes of software engineers available for hire today. Also, you can read “Scala Developer Salary in the US and UK compare to Ukraine” to reveal the true cost of hiring.
TOP5 Scala Programmers in February 2018
1 Nikita P.,Age: 28, Skills: Java, Scala, SQL, Golang
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2 Sergey O.,Age: 23, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: JS, JS (Angular 1.x), HTML5/CSS3, Java, C, C++, JS (jQuery), Scala, MySQL, Kendo UI, AJAX
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3 Mykola K.,Age: 31, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: JS, Python, JS (Node), C, C++, Scala, Python (Django), MySQL, PostgreSQL, NoSQL (MongoDB)
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4 Oleksandr P.,Age: 27, Skills: Python, Scala, SQL, MySQL, Hadoop
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5 Vasyl Z.,Age: 30, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: JS, HTML/CSS, Java, Scala, SQL, NoSQL (MongoDB)
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Questions and Answers related to Scala Development
“Scala is the language of choice for scalable distributed systems, and new generation of Big Data flows and tools. Two key examples are Twitter stack and Apache Spark. Scala is the ideal language to write map/reduce programs in the small and in the large. Its functional programming approach guides you to use map, flatMap and fold on a single node, and it naturally extends to multicores and clusters…”
“Choose the technology best written and maintained by your team, and by future team members you have yet to source, hire, and train. If that’s Scala, then your options are Akka or Futures (and likely atop Play). If that’s Node, then your options are Promises, async/await, generators + coroutines, callbacks…”
“First, JVM legacy issues, the largest of which is definitely type erasure. Not exactly the language’s fault, but it’s something you will have to deal with. Second, the type system is fairly complicated, and although it’s generally not a concern most of the time, can get quite hairy. Take the 2.8 collections as an example: for the most part, things just work like they should, which is awesome. But there is a lot of complicated stuff going under the hood…”
“Yes. If you’re the kind of data scientist who deals with large datasets, Scala will be invaluable. It’s practically the de facto language for the current Big Data tools like Apache Spark, Finagle, Scalding, etc. Many of the high performance data science frameworks that are built on top of Hadoop usually are written and use Scala or Java. The reason Scala is used in these environments is because of its amazing concurrency support, which is key in parallelizing a lot of the processing needed for large data sets…”
Consider asking some of these questions during a job interview to assess candidate’s skills.