Emerging from the foggy plains of northern Italy 🇮🇹 after working at a smartwatch startup, Sebastiano moved with his curls to London 🇬🇧 💂 to do great things at AKQA and then Novoda. In the meantime, he’s become a Google Developer Expert and a frequent speaker at conferences. Nowadays he’s working remotely for JetBrains and is in Italy once again 🇮🇹. He really wishes he had more time to write technical articles on his blog, but he’s live coding on Twitch in the meantime on https://codewiththeitalians.it
Compose beyond Material
11:30 > 40 min
Jetpack Compose is here to stay, and most teams will adopt it sooner or later. Creating Material UI with Compose is straightforward thanks to the generous amount of ready to use Material composables that the team at Google provided, what if your company has their own design system?
This session will cover the Compose blocks, explaining what you can reuse and what you’ll need to create from scratch, and show you an example of how to get started creating your own composables for your own design language, without having to reinvent the wheel.
Practical Advanced Kotlin in Practice
14:30 > 30 min
Getting started with Kotlin is as easy as saying “I want lambdas”, sure — but that’s only scratching the surface of the brave new world that adopting Kotlin will open up for Java and Android developers. In this workshop we’ll look at a number of language features and tips to make the most of the Kotlin Programming Language™ in our day-to-day work.We’ll touch on several topics, including property delegates, threading and coroutines, callbacks vs function references, sealed classes, member and extension functions, default parameters, typealiases, data classes and destructuring. For each of them, we’ll go over a series of dos and don’ts and best practices making sure you get the most out of Kotlin.
Note for attendees:
Make sure you have a laptop computer with an up-to-date version of IntelliJ IDEA or Android Studio, with an up-to-date Kotlin plugin, and ideally the latest version of Kotlin and Gradle already in your local caches. We all know how conference Wi-Fi is 🙂