Kotlin Bootcamp for Programmers

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Learn the fundamentals of the Kotlin programming language from Kotlin experts at Google.

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r/androiddev • comment
2 points • dagalpin

We have the Kotlin bootcamp to help bootstrap the class for programmers that haven't yet explored Kotlin, although you can probably pick it up as you go through the course. Feel free to just skip to sections that you are curious about if you've been programming Android for a while.

r/Kotlin • comment
1 points • LearnerBro


r/androiddev • comment
1 points • Zhuinden

So you meant


yeah, that seems alright, although not exhaustive.

r/Kotlin • comment
1 points • dave0814

If you have experience with PHP, this free course may be useful:

Kotlin Bootcamp for Programmers

It requires some programming experience, but not necessarily Java.

r/Kotlin • comment
1 points • flange9000

You may find this course to be useful: https://www.udacity.com/course/kotlin-bootcamp-for-programmers--ud9011

r/programare • comment
1 points • boostedhanimal

Bai nu sunt mobile dev, dar și eu aud din ce in ce mai mult de kotlin și mi se pare că la firma la care lucrez totul se face in kotlin pe partea de android. Bine, cred că găsești mai multe resurse pentru java dar chiar și așa, eu găsisem o serie de cursuri de android de care tot zic că mă apuc. Primul curs din serie e chiar ceva de genul "kotlin for java devs". Daca crezi că stăpânești cat de cat ok java și conceptele oop go for it, m-am jucat și eu puțin cu el și pare interesant limbajul mai ales că îl poți folosi cam oriunde folosești și java.

Edit: am uitat sa zic unde găsești seria aia, uite aici link la primul curs: https://www.udacity.com/course/kotlin-bootcamp-for-programmers--ud9011

r/Kotlin • comment
1 points • LoneWalker20
r/androiddev • comment
2 points • GavinGT



They're free and they're awesome. Take them in that order.

r/androiddev • comment
4 points • octarino

> Reddit tends to warn me if I'm posting a duplicate link

AFAIK reddit only warns you if the exact same URL has been posted



These are not counted as duplicates even if they link to the same video.

this is the link you used:


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r/androiddev • comment
1 points • mahima_ms

It's required that you understand the basics of the language. The Android with Kotlin course points to yet another Udacity course that covers all the important concepts of Kotlin language from basics to advanced:

I too completed the Kotlin Bootcamp course and then started the Android course.

r/androiddev • comment
2 points • HasanZian

If u dont know java then my suggestions is start with kotlin

1- https://www.udacity.com/course/kotlin-bootcamp-for-programmers--ud9011

2- https://www.udacity.com/course/developing-android-apps-with-kotlin--ud9012

3- https://www.udacity.com/course/advanced-android-with-kotlin--ud940

These course complete all the basics (all course are free)

r/androiddev • comment
1 points • DevSrSouza

Google publish Android jetpack and Kotlin course in Udacit.



r/Kotlin • comment
2 points • KotlinCaffeine
r/androidapps • comment
1 points • 97pratyush

If you want to build apps with Kotlin, Google's Udacity Course. If you don't know Kotlin, Here's Kotlin Course.

If you want to build with flutter, Here you go. . I have no experience but I guess building with flutter is easier.

r/Kotlin • comment
1 points • vivekworks

Check out these courses from Google on Udacity

Kotlin warmup


Android with Kotlin (Beginner)


A bit more advanced


r/Kotlin • comment
1 points • brut4r

I'm just learning by this free series on udacity.com and is good. If you know programming in a python you should be OK with this curse: "Kotlin Bootcamp for Programmers" https://www.udacity.com/course/kotlin-bootcamp-for-programmers--ud9011

r/androiddev • comment
4 points • n8ebel

The Kotlin Koans can be a really nice way to walk through the language features in a guided way: https://try.kotlinlang.org/#/Kotlin%20Koans/Introduction/Hello,%20world!/Task.kt

Kotlin in Action is a really good book that walks through the language in great detail: https://www.amazon.com/Kotlin-Action-Dmitry-Jemerov/dp/1617293296

Udacity has a couple of courses on getting started with Kotlin:



I have a couple YouTube videos that go through some more resources for learning / starting kotlin:


r/Kotlin • comment
1 points • naseemashraf

If you want to brush up Kotlin then start here before going onto Android; Kotlin Bootcamp for Programmers by Google

Start here if you already know Kotlin; Developing Android Apps with Kotlin by Google .

Follow up with Advanced Android with Kotlin by Google.

This should give you a basic understanding of Android App development with Kotlin. Then you can study and practice Android Jetpack to cover the newer components in Android and how to implement them.

I've only mentioned official and freely available sources for convenience. Good luck.

r/Kotlin • comment
1 points • Emphasises_Words

Take a look at the Google courses on Udacity. They offer a catalog of courses for beginners and advanced developers to start developing for Android.

If you're coming from Python with no experience in Kotlin, I recommend Kotlin Bootcamp for Programmers to get you started on the syntax and basics of the language. Afterwards, you can continue with Developing Android Apps with Kotlin. These courses can take months to finish but they explain little details and provide visualisation of concepts for your understand.

However if you think you can handle the content, you can try doing codelabs like Android Kotlin Fundamentals Course. You can complete these codelabs at your own comfortable pace but if you're unfamiliar with Kotlin or Java you might find yourself Googling every little thing.

As for having a full vision of the environment, you will not be able to rush that. The Android development environment is relatively huge; you have to deal with Kotlin, XML, Gradle, Version Controls (if you so choose) and more. When you start you are going to be lost in the details if you try to learn everything at once. If you're just beginning, I recommend you focus on Kotlin and the Android SDK, and naturally along your journey you will pick up how the build process works, how to use Gradle, and everything else.

r/Kotlin • comment
1 points • nitya_n

I've been working my way through the Kotlin Cookbook - it's to the point and has code samples that make learning actionable.

I also noticed Udacity/Google released a series of 3 free courses just this summer, that go through the Kotlin journey from a language bootcamp to intermediate and advanced Kotlin usage for building Android apps. Have you already checked that out?

Here's the bootcamp.

r/Kotlin • comment
1 points • dna_o_O

I have added couple of links which you can refer too https://developer.android.com/courses





r/androiddev • comment
1 points • JessieHaxx

Google has a decent course on Udacity:




I used it to learn Android development with Kotlin and built this app

r/androiddev • comment
1 points • Jam-nik

Tbh even Java programing is getting outdated due to Kotlin. So if you think about becoming professional developer I would recommend starting with these Udacity courses:
After that you can check this course which is more focused on Jetpack library which is foundations of Android Development right now:

Also you can find good knowledge sources at youtube such as:

Coding with Mitch

Coding with Flow



Good Luck!