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Fundamental Kotlin by Miloš  Vasić
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it was amazing

This book is the pure example how a sofware engineering reference book should be written. Also, this is a piece of the literature which misses for Kotlin so far: the (almost) complete reference. To get the maximum of this book, you should be fluent in Java or Swift or antique Object Pascal gracefully used in Delphi IDE. Even Objective-C and JavaScript counts, with the wider scope on mind.
Every major aspect of the programming language is covered: Variables and constants, typecasting, control flow, thread safety, objects & classes, also as the modern hype ones: functional programming and clojures. Every described feature is covered by at least one easy-understandable example. The goal of this book is not to teach the reader how to do programming, but to give him the seamless and as-easy-as-possible jump into the Kotlin bandwagon. An master example how the reference documentation should be written. Highly recommended.
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October 5, 2016 – Started Reading
October 5, 2016 – Shelved
October 11, 2016 – Finished Reading

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