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Presentation: Kotlin: Write Once, Run (Actually) Everywhere

Jake Wharton talks about the Kotlin language, how it compiles to run on more than just the JVM, and whether it can fully pull off the multiplatform trick allowing a single codebase to run everywhere.

Jake Wharton is an engineer at Google working on Kotlin tools, libraries, and guides for Android development.

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I am Jake [Wharton], I work at Google. I work on the Android team. And specifically about 18 months ago, Android actually announced Kotlin as a new supported language for the platform, which is why I'm there working on it. I'm going to introduce you to ...

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