SQL Delight – Talking Kotlin
r/Kotlin: Discussion about Kotlin, statically typed programming language for the JVM, Android and the browser.
We chat with Dai and John on using Kotlin at BBC Sports and the challenges they've faced, along with some of the things they've encountered when using Kotlin, such as whether lack of nullability forces us to be more proactive in terms of error c...
We chat with Edvin about TornadoFX, a JavaFX framework for building desktop applications. Edvin gives insight into how his framework helps with rapid application development, as well as future directions he's looking into taking.
We talk with Mario, Raul and Paco, authors of Funktionale and Kategory respectively about functional programming in Kotlin, along with a new surprise project they have in store!
Programmatically composable privacy policies for humans and machines
We talk with Eduard Gurskiy, team lead for internal development at JetBrains. Eduard and his team work on a series of applications that are either customer facing or for internal usage. We speak about their migration to Kotlin and how they porte...
There are many organizations where front/web-facing applications use MySQL and back end processing uses PostgreSQL®. Any system integr...
This week I attended Accessibility London. It took place at Sainsbury’s headquarters, who were kind enough to host the event. The Accessibility Peace Model Glenda Simstalked about what she and Wilco F...
I love working in React, as most people do, I started with Create-React-App (CRA). This provided a big cushion for me to just start working and forget about setting up the environment, I think most of us would ag...
In Kotlin, we can use @Deprecated Annotation to mark a class, function, property, variable or parameter as deprecated. What makes this Annotation interesting is not only the possibility to deprecat…