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    Thanks for your feedback! This intends to be the foundations of an article that will counter-argue the usual anti-kotlin posts without having to advertise them with direct links.
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    Peter Laggner

    3 years ago
    Nice one, really got me here… Was about to start flaming your Article 😂
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    streetsofboston

    3 years ago
    Good one 😆 But a few of your criticisms are still on point, like the over-promise of null safety and over-use of type-inference. Over-andout! 😆
    Pere Casafont

    Pere Casafont

    3 years ago
    @streetsofboston yeah I did my best to have a good set of the more challenging reasons to counter-argue. I expect to have good answers for each of them, so hopefully my next post will be helpful for you to convince friends and/or bosses 😉
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    Tim Schraepen

    3 years ago
    Interesting approach for sure. 😃
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    Mike

    3 years ago
    @streetsofboston Totally agree. The coding conventions makes some recommendations around type inferencing to reduce this, but it's too easy for people to always use type inferencing. IntelliJ's type hints help with this, but at the same time, make it worse. Because I can 'see' the types in my IDE, I'm less likely to explicitly type then. But if I ever have to look at the code in another editor, I'm in trouble...
    Jhoan Muñoz

    Jhoan Muñoz

    3 years ago
    hahahahahaha you really got me there!! worse part, it's actually not the first time I heard those arguments... I was like "yet another guy like this 🙄" 🤣🤣