Author Archives: Jasper Sprengers

Do we need a whole new ekosystem?

There’s a joke that if you ask a developer to code a program to process widgets, they’d rather build a domain specific language and tool stack first to make life easier for when they might one day build the software … Continue reading

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Kotlin’s invoke: it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, but isn’t a duck

SUMMARY: Kotlin has given us a fresh perspective on some very ingrained OO-habits, particularly the pervasive use of nouns for objects that have only one public method. This article was originally posted on and published here with kind permission. … Continue reading

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