Mike’s back from DevFest Florida & shares something new he’s discovered, Kotlin takes a shot at Objective-C & now we can all code together, with Atom’s new trick.

Note: There is some rough “skype audio” at times, we had to use a backup recording. Totally listenable still & should be better next week.

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Mike gets the community bug, and its a feature!

I had a great time at @DevFestFL yesterday at Disney World and it reminded me how many great #dev / #tech community events there are all around. I’m going to make a commitment for the rest of this year to either go to or host a community event once per month. #CoderRadio listeners, I’m looking for you to guide me on where to go. I live in FL but am very comfortable traveling to NYC or elsewhere if it makes sense. Who’s with me?

I made a JSON api for jupiterbroadcasting shows

Just wanted to share this simple project that I feel is ready to see some users. Github link: https://github.com/rangeroob/jupiterbroadcasting-api


Kotlin/Native v0.4 released: Objective-C interop, WebAssembly and more

We’re happy to announce the release of Kotlin/Native v0.4, KotlinConf 2017 edition! This release adds support for accessing Objective-C APIs on iOS and macOS, WebAssembly target platform, as well as introduces major changes making app development in Kotlin/Native way easier.

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