I am not sure if this is the right place to do this, so excuse-me if it is not. I am one of the organizers of Scaladores (Largest Scala UserGroup/Meetup in Brazil) https://www.meetup.com/scaladores/.
Our next (online) meetup is our 50th. So I thought if we could do something special to celebrate and I wonder if anyone from Scala Center are willing to make a presentation for the group. It can be any subject.
The presentation can be in english, as most of the users can speak english, but we usually record the meetings and add to youtube (so we could add subtitles later) https://www.youtube.com/user/scaladores.
@SethTisue It is not technically difficult. I thought it would be simpler to have just one place to go to learn Scala and to keep it up to date with current stable version.
But it’s true that there is an important gap between Scala 2 and Scala 3, so maybe we want to keep both versions of the courses in parallel for some time…
I thought it would be simpler to have just one place to go to learn Scala and to keep it up to date with current stable version.
@julienrf as long as you put on the scala 2 course in big, clear letters that if you're new to scala on your own then this course is superseded by the newer scala 3 course, it will not cause confusion and will be better to have both up