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Coroutine-First Android Architecture w/ Rick Busarow

Chicago Kotlin User Group x Android ListenersHosted at GrubHub, July 17Coroutines are the new hot stuff, and right now they’re being added to lots of libraries. But what if you don’t want to use an alpha01 in production code? What can coroutines do on their own, right now? In this talk, we’ll discuss the power behind structured concurrency and how we can use it to make our entire stack lifecycle-aware. We’ll look at examples of how to turn any callback or long-running code into a coroutine, and…See More
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Android is an open Java-based platform to use for developing mobile apps. Do you believe mobile computing is the wave of the future? We do!
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Kotlin Thursdays - Introduction to Functional Programming in Kotlin Part 1

ResourcesHigher-Order Functions and Lambdas:https://kotlinlang.org/docs/reference/lambdas.htmlIntroductionWelcome to Kotlin Thursdays! This week I’m starting a series on functional programming with Kotlin. Functional programming is something I’m passionate about, and Kotlin has some great functional programming support! Functional programming can lead to code that is easier to think about,…See More
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Kotlin Thursdays - Introduction to Kotlin Generics, Part 2

Hi folks! Welcome to Kotlin Thursdays. Last week, we examined classes, types, generic functions & parameters as well as covariance & contravariance in Kotlin. Folks told me there weren’t enough sloth facts, and as such, I will do my best to rectify this!Let’s continue with our sloth and panda crews and write more functions with Kotlin Generics.ResourcesKotlin Generics: …See More
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Kotlin Thursdays - Coming back in October!

Posted on August 4, 2018 at 12:53pm 0 Comments

For those that kept up with the first season of Kotlin Thursdays, I'm happy to say that I'm coming back with a second season - and this time, we have friends gearing up to expand content and stream them as episodes in addition to the blogs we write.

Second season comes back mid-October.  For those of you that'd like to check out first season content, head over to Kotlin Town and…

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Posted on May 9, 2018 at 10:59am 3 Comments

Hey, I started a Kotlin group - check it out and join if you'd like! I just put up a page dedicated to Kotlin links, books, and more resources. Will add more features like popular frameworks and chat later on.

https://www.codetown.com/group/kotlin

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At 11:03am on October 5, 2018, Michael Levin said…

Here's a link to Ramya's recording of Jim Clarke's presentation to the OrlandoJUG on the new Java release cadence and new features in Java 9, 10, and 11 https://drive.google.com/open?id=1HriPfCLQZxTRPBZ6Pr84uRheVK3BKsxc

At 10:48am on October 5, 2018, Michael Levin said…

Amanda, Ramya posted a recording of Jim's talk in the OrlandoJUG Town group. 

At 11:36am on October 4, 2018, Michael Levin said…

Great! Amsterdam is one of the best cities in the world. Good luck on your talk. Maybe you can write up some high points for Kotlin Town. I have a good friend in Amsterdam https://www.facebook.com/alan.byrne Try to eat: stroopwafels and new herring from a street vendor. 

At 4:59pm on October 3, 2018, Michael Levin said…

Hi Amanda, Jim gave a great talk and someone recorded it. I'll try to get it and post it. How is KotlinConf?

At 1:07pm on August 23, 2018, Michael Levin said…

Glad your talk went well. Cool venue! I would hazard a guess that Jim likes native development better. He's here on Codetown, so you can connect with him if you want. I'll talk a bit about the Kotlin revolution at tonight's OrlandoJUG meeting and point people to your Kotlin Town here on Codetown. 

At 9:13am on August 21, 2018, Michael Levin said…

Hi Amanda!

Yesterday, I talked with Jim Clarke, author of JavaFX: "Developing Rich Internet Applications"

I mentioned you and your work with Kotlin. I forwarded him some info on TornadoFX. 

He's the featured presenter for OrlandoJUG in September. 

Looking forward to reading more of your Kotlin articles!

At 11:29am on May 1, 2018, Michael Levin said…

Blog posts about Kotlin would be great. In fact, maybe we'll start a Kotlin group... Can't wait to read your blog posts. 

At 10:29pm on April 30, 2018, Michael Levin said…

Hi Amanda, welcome on Codetown! I hope you’ll make use of your Codetown blog and join some groups. 

 
 
 

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