Customize Scala projects using SBT with Packt’s new book and eBook.

October 2013 | Open Source

Packt is pleased to announce the release of its new book Getting Started with SBT for Scala, an essential guide to understanding SBT. This book has 86 pages and is competitively priced at $32.99, while the eBook is available for $16.99 on Kindle and other eBook formats.

About the author:

Shiti Saxena is a software engineer with around three years of experience in this industry. She is currently working with Imaginea. Previously, she worked with Tata Consultancy Services Ltd, and Genpact. A true polyglot, she has extensive experience with various languages including Scala, JavaScript, Java, Python, Perl, and C.

Getting Started with SBT for Scala gets readers up and running with SBT and gives them an introduction to its advanced concepts. Throughout the book, readers will learn how to handle project dependencies in SBT and use Scala files to define the build, and they will also understand how to fork the JVM in SBT for different processes and specific configurations. This guide will familiarize readers with SBT so that they can use it for different kinds of projects, such as simple and multiple modules that can be dependent or independent.

Developers who are working on Scala projects and are interested in learning and utilizing simple build tools to manage the build process will benefit from this book, as it is a practical and fast-paced guide that will teach them what they need to know about working with SBT for Scala. For more details on this book, please visit the book page.


Getting Started with SBT for Scala
Equip yourself with a high-productivity work environment using SBT a build tool for Scala

For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/getting-started-with-sbt-for-scala/book

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