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BLOGWednesday, June 20, 2018
It’s that time of year! Pride 2018. In honor of all of us Scalamaris that are advocates of or identify with the LGBT community–we have a little bit of Scala love for you. I’ve created special Pride Scala swirls for just about every pride flag I could think of. And perhaps the best part! They’re all available as t-shirts, available on Teespring. 100% of proceeds for t-shirt sales are donated to the Trevor Project. (Go check it out!)
And don’t forget, we’re here for you. We love you, and you’re one of us.
There are two ways to get a shirt!
#1: In person at Scala Days NYC (June 20-21st only)
If you are at Scala Days NYC on June 20-21st, and you would like one of the rainbow Scala swirl shirts right away, head over to scalacentershop.com to pay for a shirt, and I will hand-deliver it to you today or tomorrow (June 20th or 21st) in person at Scala Days.
#2: Order online, shipping worldwide! Available until July 6th
But please move quick! The shirts are only available for around two weeks, until July 6th, 2018.
We have 11 different Scala-ized pride flags available on t-shirts. Each design is available in many different colors and styles, and come as t-shirts or tank tops.
Click a shirt design below for ordering information!
Announcing the Build Server Protocol v1.0.0
- Friday, June 15, 2018
- Jorge Vicente Cantero, Justin Kaeser and Ólafur Páll Geirsson
The choice of an editor, IDE or build tool is personal and, therefore, asking you to go out of your way to learn a new tool to write Scal...
Introducing Accessible Scala
- Thursday, June 14, 2018
- Guillaume Massé
Scala is proudly a welcoming environment for all. The Scala Center is demonstrating this by supporting the development of Accessible Sca...
Scala 2.13’s Collections
- Wednesday, June 13, 2018
- Julien Richard-Foy
One more article about the standard collections, really? Indeed, during the last 18 months a lot of work has been done on the collections...
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