Kotlin at Basecamp

We talk to Jay Ohms at Basecamp about their adoption and use of Kotlin and how between two developers they manage to keep their Android application running!

About Jay Ohms

Jay is an Android developer at Basecamp, currently working on the Basecamp 3 app, which is written entirely in Kotlin. He lives in Chicago and enjoys nature and college football, neither of which can be easily found in Chicago.

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