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In this course, Aaron Sarazan, Lead Software Engineer at Capital One and a leading advocate for Kotlin, demonstrates how to take a basic Android app in Java and convert it to Kotlin, teaching you key features of the Kotlin programming language along the way. This is an efficient, fast-paced introduction to Kotlin for experienced Java programmers.
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In this course, you'll convert a basic Android app in Java to Kotlin, learning key features of the Kotlin programming language in the process.
Students should have at least 1 year of experience programming in Java. Experience developing Android apps is helpful, but not required.
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By the end of the course, you'll understand some of the key features of the Kotlin programming language.
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