A bimonthly podcast that covers the Kotlin programming language by JetBrains, as well as related technologies. Hosted by Hadi Hariri
Multiplatform Synchronization with Kotlin and Realm + MongoDB
43:14This time we talked to Sudarshan Muralidhar and Christian Melchior from MongoDB + Realm about their new multiplatform product that is created to ensure the consistency and consolidation of data across devices and your backend. Sudarshan Muralidhar on Twitter - https://twitter.com/sudssm Christian Melchior on Twitter - https://twitter.com/chrmelchior Realm Kotlin SDK Documentation - https://www.mongodb.com/docs/realm/sd... Atlas Sync documentation - https://www.mongodb.com/docs/atlas/ap...
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Kotlin Design Patterns and Best Practices
40:39We chat with Alexey about Kotlin Design Patterns and Best Practices and his recently released book, "Kotlin Design Patterns and Best Practices." Alexey on Twitter – https://twitter.com/alexey_soshin 25% OFF THE BOOK use 25ALEXEY code – https://www.packtpub.com/ KotlinConf'23 – https://kotlinconf.com/
Why iOS Developers at Todoist Wanted Kotlin Multiplatform
45:23iOS developers of your favorite to-do app want Kotlin Multiplatform! Why? In this episode, we talked to Goncalo Silva – CTO of Doist, a company famous for its award-winning to-do list app, Todoist. We covered how Kotlin is used in the company and which parts of the service they share between iOS and Android using Kotlin Multiplatform. But most importantly, we took a deep dive into how they introduced the technology to the development team, and how even their iOS developers came to love Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile. What was their starting point with KMM? Which Kotlin Multiplatform tutorials did they use? How did they decide between Kotlin Multiplatform and Flutter? Want to know the answers to these questions? Check out the full episode! Goncalo on Twitter - https://twitter.com/goncalossilva Doist on GitHub - https://github.com/Doist Doist Careers - https://doist.com/careers
The First Kotlin Commit in Android
40:20We sit down with the man who made the first Kotlin commit in Android – and who is also a long-time fan of the show, apparently! Yigit Boyar (https://twitter.com/yigitboyar) is working on the Android team at Google, bringing you the libraries you use to write your Android apps.
5 Years of Talking Kotlin Special
51:24This Special episode is dedicated to the 5 years anniversary of the Talking Kotlin podcast! Hadi Hariri and Sebastian Aigner discuss how and why the podcast was started, remember funny moments from the past and try to shed some light on what awaits it in the future.
Slacking with Zac Sweers
47:05In this episode we chat with Zac Sweers about all that has happened since his last appearance: Multiplatform experiments Kotlin usage in Slack Thoughts about Compose Weather in Munich, Malaga, and New York Zac on Twitter - https://twitter.com/ZacSweers Zac's website - https://www.zacsweers.dev/