my experience is much faster development speed, an...
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my experience is much faster development speed, and overall higher execution performance... in rare cases when i need to work with some concurrent component and play with locks i'll use pure java, but overall everything is super fast... (i would like the compiler to be fast as well but considering how much it does i dont feel like complaining ­čÖé ) Just pay attention to using .asSequence() when you really want to use it. This was something that really hit my code performance when i started with kotlin, i was assuming that it actually uses sequences when you do
list.map{}
but nope and it makes perfect sense...