A bimonthly podcast that covers the Kotlin programming language by JetBrains, as well as related technologies. Hosted by Hadi Hariri
70 Billion Events per Day – Adobe & Kotlin
We talked to Rares Vlasceanu and Catalin Costache from Adobe about how they handle 70 000 000 000 events per day with the help of Kotlin and Ktor.
Why iOS Developers at Todoist Wanted Kotlin Multiplatform
iOS 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
We 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
This 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
In this episode we chat with Zac Sweers about all that has happened since his last appearance:
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/
Building a Static Analyzer for Kotlin
In this episode Hadi and Seb are talking to Margarita Nedzelska from SonarSource about how she and her team built a working static analyzer for Kotlin.
Love this podcast - audio needs work
The content on this podcast is excellent! However, I find the audio levels for vocals incredibly low and hard to hear for every episode. The intro music is mastered 30-40% louder than the vocals themselves, so the author definitely has a starting point to equalize the audio volume to for the content. Keep it up!
Kotlin Developer Must!
Hadi is surprisingly fresh and real, with a natural gift of getting to the meat of the topic under discussion. Can’t wait for more!