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Discussion on: What are your favorite Kotlin resources?

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Nitya Narasimhan

Kotlin Koans are the best!

I've also been working through Atomic Kotlin (atomickotlin.com/exercises/) - Bruce Eckel collaborated with Svetlana (JetBrains/Kotlin developer advocate) on this and it is very recent.

Also a fan of Kotlin Cookbook which is very concise (but requires some prior knowledge)
oreilly.com/library/view/kotlin-co...

In case useful - I created a kotlinfyi tag to start documenting my Kotlin exploration and hope to be doing this regularly in Nov.
dev.to/t/kotlinfyi

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Yechiel Kalmenson Author

Awesome, thanks for doing that!

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Nitya Narasimhan

If you do any exploration or write up anything please do feel free to use the tag and I would love to amplify.

I love kotlin now and am excited to start diving into all things 1.4. Hoping to review all talks from their recent event here. Covers a lot of what is to come next as well.
kotlinlang.org/lp/event-14/