Next Steps

Discover the best resources to continue your Kotlin journey, and leave your feedback for the course!

Now you have all the knowledge required for intermediate and advanced Kotlin material.

This lesson offers useful resources to point you in the right direction.

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Free Resources #

  • Official Kotlin language documentation

    ✔️ Well-written and provides up-to-date info directly from the makers of Kotlin.

    ✖️ Not as engaging to work through, no exercises, not hands-on.

  • Official Kotlin Koans

    ✔️ Hands-on coding exercises, can be done directly in the browser or in your IDE, directly from Jetbrains

    ✖️ You should already know the respective language features, not a tutorial

  • Kotlin Slack

    ✔️ Great place to ask all your questions and learn about all sides of Kotlin

    ✔️ Brilliant community with many Kotlin developers ready to help

  • Talking Kotlin podcast

    ✔️ Directly from Jetbrains, diverse range of topics

    ✖️ Often very specific and/or advanced topics

  • Kotlin for Java Developers online course

    ✔️ Directly from Jetbrains, goes beyond the basics

Further Resources #

Online Courses #

  • Kotlin for Android & Java developers: Clean Code on Android

    ✔️ Build your own Android app with Kotlin

    ✔️ Recaps the basics and quickly moves on to intermediate and advanced language features

    • This is one of my Udemy courses
  • Kotlin for Beginners

    ✔️ Engaging videos, quizzes, and coding exercises

    ✖️ The first half of the course is very similar to what you learned here, but it may be a good way to recap the topics

    • This is one of my Udemy courses

Books #

  • Kotlin for Android app development

    ✔️ Covers Kotlin basics, functional programming, object orientation, asynchronous programming, Android app development, best practices, and more

    • This book, which I wrote, covers much more than this introductory course
  • Kotlin in Action

    ✔️ Great resource for the Kotlin language itself, written by two members of the Kotlin team at Jetbrains

    ✖️ Does not cover using Kotlin on Android or other specific platforms


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