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ATOM (A Touch of Multiplatform) Episode #4

Welcome to episode 4 of A Touch of Multiplatform (ATOM)! This is our podcast dedicated to Kotlin Multiplatform technology in production and produced for you by JetBrains and Touchlab. In this episode, we sit down to talk with Meetup’s Colin Lee and Annyse Davis about how their teams evaluated multiplatform options before going all in with KMM. With them, we discuss how Meetup leveraged mob programming and empowering their iOS engineers to better understand the benefits and challenges of KMM.

Meet our amazing hosts and guests

Hosts Pamela Hill and Justin Mancinelli 

And our fantastic guests, Colin Lee and Annyse Davis from Meetup.

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Time Stamps:

0:00 ATOM Podcast Episode 4

0:59 Tech splurge from Annyce

1:47 Colin’s recent tech splurge

2:19 Morning rituals recommendations

4:06 Meetup + its structure

5:01 Technology decisions/ evaluating options

7:23 Mob programming explanation

10:14 Benefit of mob programming

11:29 How is Meetup using KMM?

13:30 Benefits Meetup has seen while using KMM

17:43 How iOS engineers became KMM evangelists

19:38 Issues being encountered?

23:36 Nothing class in Kotlin

25:23 Advice moving to KMM

29:11 How engineers can bring this to management

31:57 How to start learning KMM

34:50 Upcoming talks with Colin and Annyce

39:10 Wrap Up

Resources Mentioned:

Colin’s Blog Post: I know Nothing in Kotlin

Nat Pryce talking about Nothing

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