Kotlin Thursdays


Kotlin Thursdays

Kotlin is a statically-typed language that runs on the JVM. Developed by a small JetBrains team in St. Petersburg, Kotlin is one of the hottest upcoming languages being used around the world. We're here to grow together as an open-source community and to learn collaboratively!

Crowdsourcing Kotlin-focused Tutorials

From content on the Kotlin language itself to programming paradigms to frameworks, we encourage anyone to submit content on anything Kotlin related. Our goal is learn collaboratively, meaning that the Kotlin Thursdays team is ready to help you submit content to share with others.

How do Kotlin Thursdays work?

Every Thursday, we release new content every season. We have blogs available here in KotlinTown. This season, we're creating webisodes to compliment that content. Code and documentation related to content is available on Github.

Interested in contributing? Head over Github to learn how you can get started :)

Happy 10th year, JCertif!

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InfoQ Reading List

REPLicant, a Super Simple Svelte REPL - Peter Allen at Svelte Summit 2020

Peter Allen recently gave a talk at Svelte Summit 2020 in which he explained the benefits of REPL (Read-Print-Eval-Loop) playgrounds. While the Svelte REPL is complex due to the handling of many edge cases, the principles underlying code playground implementations are simple. Allen progressively led the viewer into the implementation of the simplest possible version of the Svelte REPL.

By Bruno Couriol

Presentation: Introduction to Kotlin's Coroutines and Reactive Streams

Krystian Rybarczyk looks into coroutines and sees how they facilitate asynchronous programming, discussing flows and how they make writing reactive code simpler.

By Krystian Rybarczyk

Podcast: Aaron Blohowiak from Netflix on Mistakes and Discoveries While Cultivating Ownership

In this podcast recorded at QCon San Francisco 2019, Shane Hastie, Lead Editor for Culture & Methods, spoke to Aaron Blohowiak of Netflix about using a framework for delegation to encourage ownership and engagement among team members.

By Aaron Blohowiak

Article: How to Make DevOps Work with SAFe and On-Premise Software

There can be no agile software delivery without the right DevOps infrastructure. In this article we share our experience in our DevOps and agile transformation journey. We have a big and distributed team structure and we are delivering an on-premise software that makes the delivery different from cloud practices. The challenge was bringing all the teams together in a pipeline for faster delivery.

By Burak Ilter

Git 2.29 Introduces Experimental Support for SHA-256

The latest version of Git experimentally enables using SHA-256 instead of SHA-1 for file hashing, thus removing a long-standing vulnerability which in principle allowed an attacker to forge a counterfeited repository with a HEAD not distinguishable from the original's.

By Sergio De Simone

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