This Specialization provides a hands-on introduction to functional programming using the widespread programming language, Scala. It begins from the basic building blocks of the functional paradigm, first showing how to use these blocks to solve small problems, before building up to combining these concepts to architect larger functional programs. You'll see how the functional paradigm facilitates parallel and distributed programming, and through a series of hands on examples and programming assignments, you'll learn how to analyze data sets small to large; from parallel programming on multicore architectures, to distributed programming on a cluster using Apache Spark. A final capstone project will allow you to apply the skills you learned by building a large data-intensive application using real-world data.
Scala runs on top of the JVM (Java Virtual Machine) and hence offers all the associated benefits like the Java libraries, administrative tools, garbage collection and much more. The language is more functional and faster compared to Java.
According to a, nearly 5% of software developers use Scala for their projects, and the number is expected to go up by another 4% in the future.
Organisations can also benefit using Scala for their programming needs.
So, if object-oriented programming is your forte, and you desire a stable career in programming, Scala Training Program should be your ideal choice. Create frameworks for a variety of applications, and master Scala best practices to land the job of your choice.
|Environment and Installation||10:00||Play|
|Plugin with Eclipse||10:00||Play|
|Plugin with IntelliJ Idea||10:00||Play|
|Variable Type Inference||14:00||Play|
|Statements and Expressions||14:00||Play|
|Values and Variables||14:00||Play|
|Nested Expression Block||14:00||Play|
|Basic Class in Scala||12:00||Play|
|Extending a Scala Class||12:00||Play|
|If else Statement||10:00||Play|
|If else Expression||10:00||Play|
|Do While Loop||10:00||Play|
|Breaking Nested Loops||10:00||Play|
|The Infinite Loop||10:00||Play|
|Functions with Default Arguments||05:00||Play|
|Functions with Named Arguments||05:00||Play|
|Function with Variable Arguments||05:00||Play|
|First Class Functions||05:00||Play|
|Functions Vs Methods||05:00||Play|
|Named Reusable Expressions||05:00||Play|
|String Methods Part 1||10:00||Play|
|String Methods Part 2||10:00||Play|
|Declaring and Processing Array Variables||08:00||Play|
|Concatenation of Arrays and Multi Dimensional||08:00||Play|
|Creating Uniform Lists||05:00||Play|
|Tabulating a Function||08:00||Play|
|Basic Operations on Set||10:00||Play|
|Map [K, V]||10:00||Play|
|Different Operations on Map||10:00||Play|
|Operations on Scala Tuples||10:00||Play|
|Using getOrElse() Method||10:00||Play|
|Using isEmpty() Method||10:00||Play|
|Value Classes and Universal Traits||12:00||Play|
|When to Use Traits?||12:00||Play|
|Matching Using Case Classes||05:00||Play|
|Forming Regular Expressions||06:00||Play|
|More on Regular Expressions||06:00||Play|
|The Finally Clause||05:00||Play|
|Pattern Matching with Extractors||03:00||Play|
|Reading a Line from Command Line||10:00||Play|
|Reading and Writing File Content||10:00||Play|
Scala is among the most popular programming languages and powers the code of several top websites around the world including Twitter, LinkedIn and The Guardian. This workshop gives you a comprehensive overview of the language and helps you dive deep into its concepts and fundamentals through a practical, hands-on tutorial.
Scala, as the blended name indicates, is a scalable language. Scala language is built on top of JVM(Java Virtual Machine) and offers all the features of an Object Oriented Programming(Oop). It has the expressive power of a dynamic programming language without compromising on type safety. Scala is described as a multi-paradigm programming language that can express common programming patterns in a concise, elegant, and type-safe way. Scala plays a significant role in Big Data, as the language is used to develop Apache Spark. According to Payscale, a salary tracking site for IT professions, the biggest winner, which delivers an average pay jump of 22.2 % is Scala, and the average salary of a Scala developer $137,863, depending upon the number of years of experience.
In a survey carried out in 2018 by Stack Overflow, 4.4% of the over 100,000 developers in the world used Scala and this number is increasing every day.
Duration: 65 minutes (exam) + 10 minutes (Non-Disclosure Agreement/Tutorial)
Number of Questions: 40
Format: Single-choice and multiple-choice questions
Passing Score: 70%
There are no prerequisites for this training as it is of beginner level. Everything that you need to know about R Programming would be taught to you from scratch.
To do this training, you would need a computer with a minimum 4 GB ram and i3 processor.