Silk is a framework for building dataflows in Scala. In Silk users write data processing code with collection operators (e.g., map, filter, reduce, join, etc.). Silk uses Scala Macros to construct a DAG of dataflows, nodes of which are annotated with variable names in the program. By using these variable names as markers in the DAG, Silk can support interruption and resume of dataflows and querying the intermediate data. By separating dataflow descriptions from its computation, Silk enables us to switch executors, called weavers, for in-memory or cluster computing without modifying the code. In this talk, we will show how Silk helps you run data-processing pipelines as you write the code.