In this episode, we’ll sit down with Ksenia Shneyveys, the Kotlin Manager for Education and University Relations at JetBrains, and talk to her about the current state and future of Kotlin in academia.
Matt Anger, walks us through how they have embraced Kotlin on Android, their server-side backend services, migrating away from their previous monolithic implementation, and going all in with Kotlin as DoorDash’s language of choice.
In this episode, we talk to Ivan Sanchez and David Denton, the co-creators of the http4k framework, which provides a simple and uniform way to serve, consume, and test HTTP services with Kotlin using a functional programming approach.
In this episode, we’re talking to Nabil Hachicha and Claus Rørbech from the Realm team about the Realm Kotlin Multiplatform SDK project.
In this episode we talk to Jeffrey Van Gogh and Mads Ager from Google about the Kotlin compiler, covering everything from its basic structure and the infrastructure for building Android apps to new symbol processing approaches with KSP.