There used to be a Krazzy Kotlin Kid.
The Curious Case of Yet Another Pattern
Not long ago, the Android community started adopting patterns like MVP, MVVM, etc. There are a lot of teams out there who spent days, weeks, months and even years refactoring their legacy apps to adopt these patterns. They are all pretty happy…
Swift 4.1 has been released, and as you can see from the release announcement, there are many important user-visible improvements, including conditional conformances, a new -Osize optimization mode, and a much more.
I am not a Java or JVM type of developer. That’s probably one of the reasons I never felt the need to try Netty framework. I have been developing all my high-performance server code in Erlang, Elixir or Go and was happy with the tooling.