We are happy to announce a very special event for this month's meeting, Kotlin Everywhere! David Greenhalgh from Big Nerd Ranch will join us for an amazing talk and we will start on workshops, which you are welcome to complete on your own.
"Kotlin is one of the fastest growing and most beloved languages in the world. As of Google I/O 2019, 50% of Android apps include some Kotlin code. So if you haven’t adopted Kotlin, what are you waiting for?
In this session, we’ll catch you up on the fundamentals of Kotlin with a focus on incorporating Kotlin into your existing applications. You’ll walk away with the knowledge necessary to start adding Kotlin to your apps right away. You’ll also be well-equipped to grok the more advanced Kotlin concepts in sessions held later today.
A solid foundation in Kotlin will set you up for the future, and there’s no better place to start than Kotlin/Everywhere."
About our speaker:
David Greenhalgh is an Android team manager and instructor at Big Nerd Ranch, where he loves to build new things. He has a degree in computer science from the Georgia Institute of Technology. When he’s not writing Android apps or developing courses, he can be found cooking, reading, or being disappointed by the Buffalo Bills. He is the Co-Author of the book "Kotlin Programming, the Big Nerd Ranch Guide" and Co-Organizer of the Atlanta Android Club
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6:30 - Networking
7:00 - Main talk
8:00 - Open discussion
8:45 - Wrap up
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