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Kotlin Everywhere: share your kotlin code across platforms (Boris D'Amato, Roberto Orgiu) #CPIT2
Kotlin Everywhere: share your kotlin code across platforms (Boris D'Amato, Roberto Orgiu) #CPIT2
Talk: Kotlin Everywhere: share your kotlin code across platforms (Boris D'Amato, Roberto Orgiu) #CPIT2 Development
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How many time have you found yourself writing multiple times the same code for different platforms using different programming languages?

Kotlin is here to the rescue! Starting with version 1.2, Kotlin introduced experimental support for multi-platform projects allowing us to have a single kotlin platform-independent code base targeting the JVM, the Web, Android, iOS and KotlinNative.

If you want to learn how to stop wasting unnecessary efforts rewriting the same code for every platform and you want to start using that time building amazing apps, join me and let's dive into multi-platform Kotlin development!



Speakers:

Boris D'Amato - GDG Bari Organizer and Android Developer @ Enjore

Boris is an Android Developer working at ClearScore. He likes participating at tech conferences, giving talks, sharing knowledge and learning new things, but above all, he loves making beautiful and performant apps. He loves learning new languages and architectural patterns.


Roberto Orgiu - Android GDE and Engineer @ The New York Times

Roberto è un Android Engineer da quando Gingerbread non era ancora in voga e ha amato il robottino verde dal momento in cui lo ha incontrato. Ama contribuire alle librerie open source, scrivere articoli, parlare di Kotlin e stare sulle versioni alpha di qualsiasi libreria.


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Beginner

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