We speak with Christina Lee about her running across the country, the adoption of Kotlin at Pinterest, her perspectives on Kotlin and finally her love for peanut butter and jelly.
Mike Hearn joins us to speak about why he chose Kotlin as his next programming language, as well as his new venture which is Corda, a distributed ledger with a difference.
We speak with Roman about coroutines and what Kotlin brings to the table when it comes to asynchronous programming, how it's implemented in Kotlin, the differences between coroutines and RxJava, Callbacks and other asynchronous programming models, and were it all this fits in when it comes to concurrent programming.
We speak to Rodrigo (and an uninvited guest) about Gradle Script Kotlin, the reasons behind it, what benefits it provides us as build script engineers, the challenges in maintaining two scripting languages and where Kotlin fits in the future of Gradle
We speak with Kirill Skrygan about using Kotlin to develop a cross-platform .NET IDE which mixes the world of .NET with the JVM. Kirill talks about how they use Kotlin's DSL capabilities to create a custom protocol and testing scripts.