Not a “coding for dummies” lesson
And since we’re here to learn more about programming languages, why not dive deeper into the JVM universe? It will be fun, I promise.
Are you curious yet? I invite you to open the magazine and discover the finest jewels of the Java Platform.
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Inside this issue
Java pointers for beginners
The complete guide to Scala
Kotlin cheat sheet: Tips and tricks
Creating apps with Dart and Stagehand
Alexei Eleusis Díaz Vera
Pirates of the JVM: Ready for adventure?
Golo — A dynamic JVM language
Clojure — Treat code as data
Jython: Python for the Java Platform
Fantom: Designed as a “better Java”
“Go is way less verbose than Java”
Interview with Matt Aimonetti
Transitioning into a tech career?
Interview with Chitra Ragavan, Chief Communications Officer at Gem
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