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Thank you for this post. Researching Spring and Kotlin sent me down a very educational rabbit hole into aspect oriented programming and related sub-topics.
Kotlin is a lovely, modernized language for writing to the JVM. It cleans up most of the complaints people have about Java's verbose syntax and add features that makes code written in Kotlin safer. Were I still cutting code these days (and with the end of my current gig, more code-cutting may be ahead), Kotlin would be the language I'd prefer to use.


Got my Diaspora API #kotlin client libs working against the latest API branch code. Ready to run against server with API code #diaspora #diaspora-dev #fediverse


I woke from a dream where the #diaspora API was being deployed (which I think may actually be happening soon, right #diaspora-dev ?) so I revived my website comments system based on the API, polished up the #kotlin implementation, and then also wrote a #dotnet version so I could make an #fediverse app in #AvaloniaUI . Yeah I'm in a coding mood :).
yep, it should happen soon ;)


Uber-procrastination. Actually able to do # dev under # working on #. # works pretty snazzy too. Not perfect but amazingly feasible.Image/Photo

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hold up. you're running Jet Brains in Haiku?
As an experiment I did. Yes. This is not my primary environment though.