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Kotlin has established itself in the Android development community since v1.0 last year, and with official support announced at I/O this year, it’s an exciting time to get started with this language in your work.
This talk will take you through Deliveroo’s journey from a full Java codebase to using Kotlin across the project. Learn how to get your colleagues involved and convert them to Kotlin supporters. You will also learn how they got started, the problems they ran into and how Kotlin can improve your codebase, your app and your sanity.
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Amal Kakaiya is an engineer working on Android at Deliveroo in London. He's been coding professionally for the last 5 years, 3 of which have been on Android. He is particularly interested in performant layouts and writing in Kotlin. Hailing from Glasgow, Scotland, Amal is also a keen triathlete and when not at a computer can be found cycling, running or swimming in and around East London.
Maria Neumayer is an Android Developer working at Deliveroo. She's been developing for Android for more than seven years with a focus on UI work. Austrian expat living in London. Previously at Citymapper, Path, Saffron Digital and Rummble.