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New Releases with a Better Kotlin API, Dataflow for Clojure and Faster Web Actors


Today we have released minor updates to Quasar, Pulsar and Comsat. The releases contain bug fixes, and some new features including an improved Kotlin API, dataflow variables for Clojure and fast implementations of Web Actors on top of Undertow and Netty. Elegant fibers and channel selection with Kotlin Quasar 0.7.0 introduced a natural Kotlin API (that feels like Erlang) for Quasar ...

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Flag Parameters and Overloading in Python, Java, and Kotlin


Jumping around between multiple languages can help you notice some differences between idioms and best practices in different languages. One of the more interesting differences has to do with one function doing multiple things. Python We’ll look at Python first. Python is actually incapable of overloading, since defining a new function/method with the same name would just overwrite the previous ...

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Null safety in Kotlin


Kotlin is a statically typed JVM language developed by Jetbrains. It has some good documentation so today I will focus on a tiny part of it – null safety. There are at least couple of approaches to null handling in JVM languages: Java doesn’t go much further than C – every reference (“pointer”) can be null, whether you like it ...

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