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Magnus wrote an article that points out many good Kotlin features. A lot of people I know are in agreement! Do y’all have anything to add? https://medium.com/@magnus.chatt/why-you-should-totally-switch-to-k...

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Some guys from JetBrain and myself agreed that it's hard to see the real value in switching entire code bases to Kotlin without having most of the base transferred over: while Kotlin is interoperable, having it in threads just make people see a Frankenstein product - once reason I'm motivated to work with Kotlin Tuesdays for sample projects.

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