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There are a couple of other build tools gestating in the Scala world. Simple Build Tool (sbt, http://code.google.com/p/simple-build-tool/) is a Scala-based build tool that focuses on dependency management. With traits, implicits, and so on, Scala provides far more dependency-management challenges than does Java. sbt seeks to navigate Scala s dependency challenges with better support for incremental compilation. Brian Clapper is also working on a Scala build tool that has the syntactic DSLishness of Buildr without the dependence on Ruby. You can read more about Brian s build tool at http://brizzled. clapper.org/id/87.
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With the infrastructure pieces of test and build tools, the next step for Scala adoption is getting the people in your organization to start coding in Scala. People are the most important part of the equation. If the individuals on your team have repeated good experiences with Scala, they ll have every reason and incentive to work harder with Scala. If individuals have a bad initial experience, they will resist Scala, and you ll never see the benefits of Scala translated into tangible code. In this section, I ll make some recommendations for introducing Scala to your team.
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Introducing a new team member into a Scala project and helping that team member be successful in his first few weeks is critical. As you plan to bring team members on board, I recommend looking at each member s strengths and weaknesses. Create a series of tasks that each team member can succeed with. Each task should take one to three days to complete and be subject to feedback. For example: You might ask a team member to augment existing Specs or ScalaTest-based tests. This gives familiarity with Scala s syntax and some exposure to Scala s flexibility. You might give a developer the task to manually serialize and deserialize objects to and from XML. This will give the developer an exposure to XML and immutability. You might give the developer the task of adding concrete methods to one or two traits or interfaces that are commonly used. You might ask them to write simple servlets or do other things demonstrating interoperability with Java. I strongly recommend pairing a new-to-Scala team member with someone who has a little bit of experience. This allows for sharing of knowledge. If you are bringing more than one developer onto your project at once, you might also want to have a 30-minute meeting toward the end of the day every day or three times a week. The goal of the meeting is to have a single developer share with the other developers one cool thing about Scala and one sucky thing about Scala. This format gives the developer a chance to brag about something cool and share this knowledge with the team. It also gives each developer a chance to complain about things. Perhaps the complaint will be met with a solution from another team member, or perhaps the complaint will be met with collective nodding and grumbling. The complaining will happen one way or another, and giving it a shared outlet channels the complaints into
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something potentially more productive. For example, when Twitter started using Scala, they created the Graceless Failures blog (http://www.gracelessfailures.com/). This serves as a way to share Scala experiences, good and bad, with the community. No matter what the specifics of adding team members are, I strongly recommend that Scala adoption be positioned to the whole team as a way to write code more successfully. Acknowledge the problems of Scala s youth, which include weaker tools, less documentation, and so on. But help your team members stay focused on what they can achieve with Scala in spite of the challenges of learning a new language and using a new tools chain. As they have small successes and the values of concise code, immutability, powerful type systems, type inferencing, and so on show up as revised coding idioms, they will move into a self-reinforcing cycle of learning more, getting better, and getting better results. When they walk into a meeting and say, I don t know how I could ever go back to Java, then you know they re hooked and that you ve succeeded in bringing them on board.
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