Gustavo is GitHub Campus Expert, Auth0 Ambassador and GitKraken Ambassador. Native Android and iOS freelance developer. Professor at Platzi. Android trainer for ATC. DevC La Paz’s Lead, Kotlin La Paz’s Organizer and GDG Android Bolivia’s Founder. Enthusiast in technologies such as Kotlin, Firebase, Auth0, Git and GitKraken. Gustavo is from the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés in La Paz, Bolivia.
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In our 11th Kotlin Night we will learn about the unit testing process and the different types or ways of testing our Android applications. Both for unit tests, such as UI tests, as well as the libraries that exist to be able to venture into the testing of our applications, we will learn all these processes in this version of Kotlin Nights.
Our 10th Kotlin Night will have something special, which will not be at night as we usually do, we will do it in the afternoon so it will be a Kotlin Afternoon, in which we will learn to use Software external to Kotlin but that we can apply it to our Android applications, like everything about Firebase, Webhooks and SpringBoot and the Gradle abc.
The constant dilemma of design patterns, design architectures or architectures in general is an issue that should be very important to developers, since we must notice the differences and that we must use depending on the project we are working on. That is why this Kotlin Night will be destined to talk about Architectures.
We know that video game development is very entertaining for many devs, that is why this Kotlin Night is mainly focused on video game development using Kotlin as a programming language.
Jetpack Compose is one of the native Android features that will change the way of creating mobile applications in the near future, which is why we will mainly focus on that topic to cover this Kotlin Night.
Our next Kotlin Night is focused on collaborative work, in which we will focus on how a Software developer can use tools to help him in the collaborative work he does day by day with his team. Tools like git, github, gitkraken, gitflow, trello, glo boards among others, we will see in this Meetup.
Coroutines are one of the most interesting features of Kotlin. With them, you can simplify the work of asynchronous tasks in an impressive way and make the code much more readable and easy to understand.
Our next DevC La Paz Meetup will be focused on iOS, the second most used platform on mobile devices, in which we will touch on interesting topics.
For web lovers comes our next Kotlin Night with the topic: Kotlin/JS
Nothing stops us. Our 4rd Kotlin Night arrives and the topic is: Kotlin for Server Side
The launch of DevC La Paz is now!
We will have our first meetup in which we will talk about Artificial Intelligence and the importance of the subject.
Nothing stops us. Our 3rd Kotlin Night arrives and the topic is: Kotlin Native & Multiplatform
Kotlin Nights is an event in which students learn everything about the Kotlin programming language for the development of Android, Web and Multiplatform applications.