We sit down to talk to Nikolay Igotti, who's now leading the efforts of Compose for Desktop at JetBrains. We talk about why the need for a new UI framework for Desktop, how Compose for Desktop works, and what's planned for the future.
We chat with Sergey and Max about their use of Kotlin in Space. We cover the frameworks that they use, some of which were born out of Space. We discuss their adoption of Multiplatform before Kotlin Multiplatform even existed, as well as why they chose Kotlin and the benefits it provides them, along with the main issues they encounter.
We chat with the folks working on the Apollo library for GraphQL. We discuss what GraphQL is, where Apollo fits in to the equation, and why they decided to provide multiplatform support using Kotlin.
We chat with Nicolai about teaching kids programming with Kotlin, as well as his project, EngineEmi written in Kotlin, which tries to aid in this task
We sit down with James Ward from Google to discuss everything Google Cloud Platform and Kotlin. And as a bonus dive into the past, and Kubernetes