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- Kotlin Coroutines by Tutorials Book – RayWenderlich.com
- Android Programming: Pushing the Limits Book – Erik Hellman
- Thread Article – Wikipedia
- Android AsyncTask Tutorial – JournalDev.com
- RxJava for easy concurrency and backpressure Article – Rebel.com
- Coroutines for asynchronous programming and more Documentation – KotlinLang.org
- Understand Kotlin Coroutines on Android Video – Google I/O’19
- Simple asynchronous loading with Kotlin Coroutines – HellSoft.com
- Keeping your app responsive – Android.com
- Processes and threads overview – Android.com
- A tale of many Android threads – Hellsoft.com
- Cobol – Wikipedia
Starting Android Programming
- The Android Apprentice Book – RayWenderlich.com
- Kotlin Apprentice Book – RayWenderlich.com
- Android Studio Download – Android.com
- JetBrains Tools – Main Page
- Deprecation Article – Wikipedia
- Mavis Beacon Software Site – Brøderbund
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