There are many resources on news sites and blogs that carry valuable insights for your projects. Some are already well known, some a bit less and together they will keep you on the right track.
Here are our favorites:
One of the best ways to stay updated is keeping in touch with the people behind the libraries, tools, blogs, books and Scala itself.
The official Scala twitter account
Lead designer of Scala
Founder & CTO of Typesafe
An open source platform for building Reactive applications on the JVM
Chief Architect at Typesafe
Author of "Programming Scala"
Akka tech lead
Director of Engineering at Netflix, Scala advocate
Twitter Open Source Advocate
Scala Tech Lead @ Typesafe
"Scala In Depth" Author, Geeky Scala Stuff All Around
Effective Scala Author
Compiler Engineer at Typesafe
Tech lead for Slick
Building on Scala, JavaFX, and Groovy technologies for enterprise businesses
Computer Science PhD student at EPFL. Member of the Scala team
Principal Platform Evangelist at Salesforce
Cake Solutions CTO
Founder of CodeReactive. Co-author of Scala Puzzlers
Programmer, writer, angel investor
Scala fanatic. Functional devotee. Overly-fascinated by programming esoterica
Community driven Scala initiative
We Build Reactive Apps!
The official scala language website
The Scala repository
A toolkit and runtime for building reactive applications
From ∅ to Distributed Service
Java, Scala, logging, server debugging and beyond
Type classes, instances, conversions, testing, supplements to the standard library
Monthly podcast about the Scala language
A community driven list of useful Scala libraries, frameworks and software.
A collection of Traps, Pitfalls and Corner Cases in the Scala language
Reddit's Scala community
Development, code analysis, programming languages, code reviews and shipping better code