A FactoryFactoryFactory in Production

After I graduated from college made a promise to myself: I would never take a job where I got paid to write Java code for a living. I had seen the light with the functional programming paradigm and languages like Haskell.

I started working at LinkedIn in 2014 when my primary development language was Scala. Scala is a fantastic language, but LinkedIn had trouble scaling it across the organization. Therefore I had to go back on my promise to myself and I started writing Java for a living. Surely it can’t be that bad, right?