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Bytecode is the first compilation output towards running code on the JVM or Android. During this Keynote talk, Jake will share with you how to read bytecode, understand what it's doing, and make informed decisions as a result. You will compare and contrast examples in Java and Kotlin from the bytecode level to see how they work and their respective costs.
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Keynote: Sinking Your Teeth Into Bytecode
Android Framework engineer at Google working on Kotlin things. Has a long-time severe allergy to boilerplate code and for years has been raising awareness on the issue as well as leading efforts to eradicate this horrible disease that plagues modern developers.