Published on October 5, 2017 by Google

Did you know that you can now build Android apps using Kotlin? In this episode of Coffee with a Googler, Laurence Moroney (@lmoroney) meets Jeffrey Van Gogh and chats about how we brought Kotlin to Android Studio.

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39 Comments on "Kotlin and Android Studio: #CoffeeWithAGoogler meets Jeffrey Van Gogh"

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ambrose adamson
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ambrose adamson
4 months 4 days ago

I am sure that Jeffrey van gosh used to work at Microsoft on rx for javascript in its earliest stage…

Alexandre Chaves
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Alexandre Chaves
4 months 8 days ago

I would prefer Scala

Louis Cognault
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Louis Cognault
4 months 4 days ago

Alexandre Chaves Unless you want to develop a lightweight Android app…

Alexandre Chaves
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Alexandre Chaves
4 months 8 days ago

I would prefer Scala

Meir Gilady
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Meir Gilady
4 months 10 days ago
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Meir Gilady
4 months 10 days ago
Gangadhar S Lahane
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Gangadhar S Lahane
4 months 11 days ago
Manuj Bhalla
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Manuj Bhalla
4 months 11 days ago

Are there few reasons which cannot absolutely be done in Java. He gave examples of pojo around 1:57 but can use lombok

Manuj Bhalla
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Manuj Bhalla
4 months 11 days ago

Are there few reasons which cannot absolutely be done in Java. He gave examples of pojo around 1:57 but can use lombok

Luca Aliberti
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Luca Aliberti
4 months 11 days ago

Why Kotlin: "because in Java you have to write all those properties and … ehm … setters and getters", "most of my bugs were in POJOs". Oh gosh 🙁

Luca Aliberti
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Luca Aliberti
4 months 11 days ago

Why Kotlin: "because in Java you have to write all those properties and … ehm … setters and getters", "most of my bugs were in POJOs". Oh gosh 🙁

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