Congratulations! After a long journey you learned a lot of new concepts about multithreading and concurrent programming with Kotlin. With coroutines, you can now execute tasks in the background using the proper data structure and the best coroutine launcher. You now have the fundamentals of coroutines, like context and dispatcher, flows, and you are able to learn all the new exciting APIs that the coroutine team is going to release in the future.

If you’re an Android developer you’ve also learned how to use coroutines along with the Activity and Fragment lifecycles with better and more efficient use of the device resources.

Finally, you learned how to use coroutines in different environment like Java.

And, remember, if you want to further your understanding of Kotlin and Coroutine app development after working through Kotlin Coroutines, we suggest you read the Android Apprentice, available on our online store:

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