Author Archives: Stephan Oudmaijer

Going functional and fullstack with Spring Fu and Kotlin

Spring Fu is an experimental Kotlin micro-framework that makes it easy to create lightweight Spring-powered applications with functional APIs instead of annotations. Fu is for functional API, but that’s also a wordplay with the -fu suffix which means skill, the … Continue reading

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Optional Kotlin

Last week I was working on a code base which had been partially converted from Java to Kotlin. The converted Java code base was making extensive use of java.util.Optional. The use of Optional might be helpful in situations where you … Continue reading

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JMockit extensions for Kotlin

Sometimes you have to deal with existing libraries… also libraries that do not provide out-of-the-box support for Kotlin (bastards!). What do you do in such a scenario? Write your own 😉 In one of my recent projects we were using … Continue reading

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Meetups in Januari 2018

I found a few Kotlin meetups in the Netherlands for Januari 2018: 02 januari 2018: Kotlin Amsterdam Kick-Off 16 januari 2018: Utrecht Kotlin Meetup 17 januari 2018: Java or Kotlin Hosting a Kotlin meetup in the Netherlands? Drop us a … Continue reading

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Kotlin Podcasts on iTunes

There are a lot of interesting ‘Talking Kotlin’ Podcasts on iTunes. Podcasts can be found at: https://itunes.apple.com/nl/podcast/talking-kotlin/id1194631266 ‘Talking Kotlin’ Podcasts are hosted by Hadi Hariri, VP of Developer Advocacy at JetBrains.

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