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.
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.
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