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Dave Leeds
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Android/Kotlin developer. Kotlin blogger at typealias.com
Android/Kotlin developer. Kotlin blogger at typealias.com

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Kotlin 1.3 has a new experimental "inline classes" feature. Here's how autoboxing works for them.

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Excited to share my newest article! In order to get good performance out of Kotlin's inline classes, it's helpful to understand what autoboxing is, and how it applies to them.

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If you’ve been wondering about Kotlin’s new experimental inline classes feature, this one’s for you! https://typealias.com/guides/introduction-to-inline-classes/

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What's the difference between a parameter and an argument? Here's an easy way to remember it!

https://typealias.com/guides/parameters-arguments/

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Here's a fun and easy way to remember the difference between parameters and arguments. :)

https://typealias.com/guides/parameters-arguments/

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Hey all! I'm excited to share my latest article, All About Type Aliases in Kotlin! Hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed drawing the cartoons for it! :) https://typealias.com/guides/all-about-type-aliases/

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I'm excited to share the third and final article in my series about generic variance in Kotlin. This one covers what star-projections are, and why they work like they do, from the inside out. I hope you enjoy it!

https://typealias.com/guides/star-projections-and-how-they-work/

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I’m excited to share the next article in the variance series that I’ve been working on: The Ins and Outs of Generic Variance in Kotlin. This article builds on the previous Illustrated Guide article, applying the same subtyping rules to demonstrate why generic variance works like it does. Hope you enjoy it!

https://typealias.com/guides/ins-and-outs-of-generic-variance/

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Super Early Bird ticket sales just started for this year's KotlinConf. https://kotlinconf.com/registration/
KotlinConf 2018
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