An Android Dev start to Kotlin Multiplatform

Roberto Orgiu

Android Engineer


Kotlin Multiplatform becomes more and more usable by the day. We might not need it every day, but there might also be the moment when it makes sense for everyone to just share that little bit of logic. In this talk, we will be talking about how we can convert a module to be Kotlin Multiplatform-ready in an existing codebase and how we can interact with it on an Android app.

Born in Italy in 1987, passionate for everything that switches on and off and particularly for handheld and wearable devices.
I love to learn new languages such as Kotlin, patterns and everything Android-related. I recently joined The New York Times Android team as Android Engineer.

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