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3/14/2017
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Toby Matejovsky, Senior Director of Engineering, Tapad
Toby Matejovsky, Senior Director of Engineering, Tapad
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Scaling Up Scala: Why We Started a Bootcamp for New Developers

When it's tough to find developers with experience and training in a specific programming language, consider doing an in-house boot camp.

Toby Matejovsky
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