Developer Advocate for IntelliJ Hadi Hariri talks to Jenn and Dru about Kotlin. Then Jenn shows us some of her favorite Android Studio shortcuts.
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Hadi on Kotlin
- The Kotlin Apprentice Book – RayWenderlich.com
- Kotlin Coroutines by Tutorials Book – RayWenderlich.com
- Higher Order Functions and Lambdas – KotlinLang.org
- Kotlin basics: Types. Any, Unit, and Nothing – itnext.io
- Kotlin Null Safety Tutorial – RayWenderlich.com
- Amstrad CPC 464 – Wikipedia
Jenn’s Android Shortcuts
- Functional programming with Kotlin Video – Hadi Hariri
- Kotlin 102 – Beyond the Basics Video – Hadi Hariri
- IntelliJ IDEA based IDEs Tips and Tricks Video – Hadi Hariri
- Android Studio Tips and Tricks – RayWenderlich.com
- IntelliJ IDEA Keyboard Shortcuts
- Android Studio Keyboard Shortcuts
- Haptic Touch bar Feedback
- Cmd + Shift + A – Find Action/Shortcut
- Alt + Enter is the one shortcut to rule them all
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