We sit down with Gabriel to discuss the move of AirBnB away from React Native and the adoption of Kotlin. We also discuss the potential of multi-platform projects with Kotlin and what he sees are potential benefits and problems to avoid.
We chat with Arnaud about Koin, a new dependency injection framework written from the ground up in Kotlin. We discuss the why, the how and whether in this day and age it makes sense to even have dependency injections frameworks. Spoiler...it does.
We chat with Bartek about everything Annotations, including why he decided to use extension functions to overcome some of the issues he's faced.
In this episode we chat to Amanda about how she joined the Kotlin community and the work she's been doing around test automation. As well as the current status of development fatigue that many suffer from.
We catch up with Cedric Beust, a long time user of Kotlin to see his thoughts on the progress of the language, why he chose to stick to Kotlin, his thoughts on mobile multi-platform support in Kotlin as well as a few discussions around functional programming and KEEP87.