November 5, 2019
A few weeks ago we wrapped up season two of ScalaBridge London. (For us, a “season” is an intensive series of meetings over a short period of time. Season two was six meetings in six weeks, but we might change this in future.) Here I want to reflect on what—in my opinion—were the good and bad parts of this season, and discuss what happens next.
August 27, 2019
I would like to measure the effectiveness of ScalaBridge London, but this raises some tricky questions. For example, what does it even mean for ScalaBridge to be effective? I’m not sure. I’m writing this largely as a way to organise my thoughts, and share with others who may be able to help.
July 31, 2019
In an earlier post I described our first run of ScalaBridge London. Now I want to turn to the future and talk about lessons learned and what we’re planning for the next run. Some of these plans are more concrete than others. One of the great things about ScalaBridge is we’re learning as we do it, and almost everything is subject to change.
July 22, 2019
ScalaBridge aims to increase diversity within the Scala community by providing training in Scala to traditionally under-represented groups. ScalaBridge London is, as the name suggests, the London chapter of ScalaBridge. A month or so ago we finished the first “season” of ScalaBridge London. Now is a good time to reflect on what we did and how it worked out.
July 11, 2019