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You can watch the ceremony here. (The ceremony also included the 2018 award to Kenji Yoshida.)
And here is a tribute video with remarks from Noel Welsh, Yifan Xing, Eugene Yokota, Holden Karau, Rob Norris, and others.
About the winner
Kelley is known to Scala users as:
- Founder of ScalaBridge, a series of introductory Scala workshops for underrepresented groups, aimed at making the Scala community more diverse and inclusive. Since its launch in 2016, ScalaBridge has spread around the globe.
- Co-creator of the Scala Code of Conduct.
- Conference speaker, known for talks such as “Why the Free Monad Isn’t Free”, “Demystifying Scala”, and “Building a Better Scala Community”.
- Developer evangelist at Twilio.
About the award
The Bagwell Award is named in honor of Phil Bagwell, who passed away in 2012. In a 2012 blog post, Martin Odersky remembers Phil and his special place in the Scala community.
The Award Committee consists of previous Award winners (see below). They took community nominations into consideration.
Past winners of the award:
Kenji Yoshida receives community award
- Friday, September 13, 2019
We are pleased to announce that the Phil Bagwell Memorial Scala Community Award for 2018 has been awarded to Kenji Yoshida. The award was...
Scala 2.12.10 is now available!
- Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Scala 2.12.10 is now available! The main purpose of the release is to fix a few regressions in 2.12.9. For all the details, refer to the...
Scala 2.12.9 is now available!
- Monday, August 5, 2019
Scala 2.12.9 is now available, bringing another 5% to 10% improvement in compiler performance, improved compatibility with JDK 11/12/13, ...
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