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I find it best to use Scala's implicit stuff for things that would be completely invisible in another language (e.g. "this line might fail with an error" or "this line accesses the database"). That way if you're reading in a plain text editor you're no worse off than you were in, say, Python, but if you use a tool like IntelliJ (and you should!) then the GUI is enhancing your experience, telling you more about your code and reducing the need to click around library code to understand what the code you're reading is doing.



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