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#kotlin

Polishing the key focus areas

Kotlin 1.1 Beta 2 is out

Kotlin 1.1 will soon be upon us — it reached beta on January 19 and now the second beta is here. Although this one is focused on improving the key focus areas of this release, namely coroutine support and the JavaScript backend, that’s not all.

Interview with Hadi Hariri, VP of Developer Advocacy at JetBrains

What Kotlin is all about — As explained by Hadi Hariri

JetBrains announced in late January that Kotlin 1.1 has reached beta. We invited Hadi Hariri, VP of Developer Advocacy at JetBrains, to talk about Kotlin’s strengths and the upcoming 1.1 and to answer the question that’s on everyone’s lips: What does the future hold for Kotlin?

More bug fixes and tooling updates

Kotlin 1.0.5: The journey continues

Although Kotlin 1.0.5 continues the list of bug fixes and tooling updates for Kotlin 1.0, there are some interesting changes such as loop to lambda conversion, postfix code completion, new refactorings as well as Android IDE and JavaScript support improvements.

Does it have what it takes?

Why Kotlin is the next big thing for Java developers

Kotlin already looks like a tool that is going to improve productivity significantly. We anticipate that it is definitely going to reduce the pain points faced by Java developers. Here is why we think Kotlin will be the next big thing for the Java community.

Buildship into the future

Buildship is the official Gradle integration for Eclipse. It helps Eclipse users synchronize Gradle builds with their workspace, execute tasks without leaving their IDE and also serves as a reference implementation for how to build great IDE support for the Gradle Build Tool.

Interview with Simon Maple, Head of Developer Advocacy at ZeroTurnaround

“I don’t expect microservices to become a default architecture”

This year’s Java Tools and Technologies Landscape Report takes a look at the trends and patterns in the JVM, analyzes the data and makes predictions about the way the JVM landscape will look like in the next few years. We talked to Simon Maple, Head of Developer Advocacy at ZeroTurnaround, about the results of this report and what the numbers mean for developers.