À propos de Kotlin
Kotlin is a statically-typed, multiplatform language capable of interoperating with Java.
It was developed by JetBrains in 2011 and is sponsored by Google. It was designed for the JVM and Android. Kotlin is designed to interoperate fully with Java; both Kotlin and Java files can coexist in Android apps, and the former can be used to expand existing Java apps.
The advantages of Kotlin are its conciseness (compared to Java), its safety, the reduction of errors and bugs in the code and the increased support it offers for functional programming.
Additionally, it is easy to learn, particularly for Java developers.