Everyone knows that writing bug-free code is fundamentally difficult, and that bugs will sometimes sneak in even in the presence of unit- or property-based tests. One solution to this problem is formal software verification. Formal verification allows users to statically verify that software systems will never crash nor diverge, and will in addition satisfy given functional correctness properties. In this talk, I will present Stainless, a verification system for an expressive subset of Scala. I will start by explaining what formal verification is, what are some of the challenges people encounter when putting it into practice, and how it can be made more practical. Then I will give a high-level overview of Stainless, and finally present a few verified programs, such as a small actor system, a parallel map-reduce implementation, as well as a little surprise! I’ll also demonstrate the tooling we have developed around Stainless which lets users easily integrate Stainless in their SBT-based Scala projects.