In this article I want to show a real difference between curried functions and partially applied functions in Scala. This question is pretty common for those developers who started learning Scala without previous experience in functional programming. Moreover, this blog post may be useful, even for experienced Scala developers, because based on my experience I have had incorrect understanding of the difference between the curried functions and partially applied functions.
The New Year and Christmas it's a good time for Java developers to wear a warm sweater with deers. And of course it's an excellent moment to summarize the previous year and make some plans and forecasts for the next 2017. Personally for me, it's almost tradition, I'm going to continue it and write a couple of thoughts about 2017 for Java developers.
2015 is almost over. It's time to summarise what was done and what wasn't during the past year. Furthermore it's a good time to make predictions for the next 2016 year. As you have already guessed this post is about an ideal java developer in 2016.
Continuing my previous post I want to discuss two important topics. First - how to understand that you become a real java developer and you are ready for your career start. Second - final task for 10per Check Point students. I'm going to be verbose so prepare yourself for a long and boring text.