Bloop is a command-line tool for fast edit/compile/test workflows with a focus on making you a more productive Scala developer. In this talk, Martin Duhem and I explain how developers can be faster at writing Scala code no matter what build tool they use (sbt, Maven, Gradle, Bazel), and how different instances of both build tools and IDEs alike can reuse bloop and benefit from a performance boost. Next, we'll dive into several use cases and explain other Scala-related productivity tricks.
No previous knowledge is required.
What bloop is. Why was it built. How developers can use it and be more productive. Build tools' integrations. How does it work. The future of the tool.
Jorge Vicente Cantero
Devtools engineer working at the Scala Center, EPFL. Passion for Scala tooling and productivity.
Martin is a software engineer at Scala Center, where he works on compilers and developer tools.