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It's best to have at least a basic understanding of programming before tackling the exercises on exercism.io. You also have to know how to set up your development environment, as you will be coding everything locally (versus websites that provide you an editor right in the browser). See More
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Useful Scala tutorials submitted & voted by the programming community. See More
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Many Scala books aim to teach not just the language, but programming theory as well. "Scala for the Impatient" focuses only on teaching the syntax and features of Scala, making it a great option for experienced programmers looking to pick up the language quickly. See More
Rather than focusing on teaching the language (such as the syntax), "Functional Programming in Scala" only uses Scala as the medium for teaching functional programming. This means the reader needs to already have some experience with Scala. See More