While researching why so many people like Python, I found and article which showed how much more readable Python code is compared to Java code. I was curious how well Kotlin does that job.
This article demonstrates how at least some uses cases for an object spread operator can be implemented with Kotlin.
Project Euler Problem 001 with Haskell. An exercise in Functional Programming.
"Java by Comparison" leads the reader through 70 examples into software-craftship. Each example compares a snipped of typical "unclean" code with a "clean" replacement, including a short discussion about the reasoning.
Wouldn't it be cool having something like `find ... | xargs -L100 --show-progress-bar ...`? Unfortunately this feature does not exist in `xargs`. This article explains how the same result can be achieved by other means.