New course! A Comprehensive Beginner’s Guide to Coding in Kotlin

Learn to code for Android app development in Mammoth Interactive’s latest course. A Comprehensive Beginner’s Guide to Coding in Kotlin is perfect for beginner coders or anyone wanting to learn Java’s replacement language.

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Kotlin is the brand-new programming language for Android app development that is taking Java by storm. Join programming expert Nimish Narang in this course on the basics of Kotlin. Nimish has extensive experience teaching app development as an instructor at Mammoth Interactive. Start learning to code today in this Number 1 course on Kotlin.

Is this course for me?

This course is devoted to Kotlin’s language basics and comparing the syntax to Java. We target beginners and cover core topics in depth. If you’re an intermediate or advanced coder, you can watch the videos at a faster speed using the Speed tool. We encourage you to follow along with the coding as we show you Kotlin’s unique syntax.

What Will I Learn?

1. The major concepts involved with variables, basic types of variables, more advanced types, Kotlin’s new syntax for variables, and how we can use variables differently in Kotlin than you may have already seen in other programming languages.

2. Collection types, which Kotlin allows us to customize. We’ll begin by looking at the simple collection types and then look at more advanced ones.

3. Control flow. Kotlin has some new statements not found in Java. Kotlin also provides the brand-new ability to turn control flow statements into expressions, which is a powerful capability that has a lot of potential. We will look at the basics and syntax, always relating back to real-life examples.

4. Functions, which have significant syntax differences in Kotlin. Beginners will learn how to use functions, and more advanced developers will benefit from the introduction to Kotlin’s new syntax.

5. Classes, objects, and other structures available in Kotlin.

Why Should I Learn Kotlin?

Kotlin is an innovative programming language for app development. You don’t have to use Java to make Android apps anymore! With Kotlin, you can write concise and powerful code. Kotlin is awesome because it is compatible with existing Java-based technologies.

Throughout the course, we will compare Kotlin and Java. Java is a popular programming language that many developers use to create content for the Web. Kotlin is a lot more syntactically flexible than Java. This allows you to have more fine control over how you write code to accomplish the tasks you want. You can insert an aspect of personality into code and write it how you want it to be read. It’s easy to incorporate Kotlin into existing projects and applications.

What are the requirements?

  • A working computer onto which you can install Kotlin and Android Studio
  • Java coding skills are helpful but not required

Take this course to learn how to code apps faster in an emerging programming language. Enroll today to join the Mammoth community.

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This Start-Up Sells Everything for 3$

If you’re a new entrepreneur, you’re probably looking to save money. Could this be a new way? A start-up launched last month raised 50$ million to sell staple items, each at the price of 3$.

It’s name is Brandless. Hence the name, the company is making all their products 3$ by stripping away brand tax, which is the hidden costs of distributing products. However, it’ll be up to our taste buds to find out if their options really are better.

With so many options out there on what to buy, you might find yourself standing in the grocery aisle for five minutes comparing two items. What if you had fewer choices again? Though it may seem counter-intuitive, the paradox of choice is real: the more choices we have, the harder it is to make a decision. Brandless will certainly save me the time from having to make decisions. Obama, Steve Jobs, and Mark Zuckerberg are all reported to wear the same shirt every morning to allow themselves to focus their decision-making skills on more important tasks.

Brandless is able to have everything for 3$ also by having a limited selection of items. Currently they have 100 items for sale on their site and are expected to release more later this year. They sell online only.

It’s certainly a good mission and interesting goal. Modern for its times, this could be the start of an industry change where we get fewer shopping options, much like how the universe is theorized to expand to its capacity and start shrinking.

According to Brandless’ standards of quality, their food has no artificial preservatives or flavors. They eliminated over 400 potentially harmful ingredients from their beauty products. They don’t test their products on animals. They’ve removed potential health hazards like parabens, polypropylene, and sulfates.

Their packaging is clean and minimalist. Here are some of my favorites:

Photo from Brandless.com

Photo from Brandless.com

Photo from Brandless.com

Photo from Brandless.com

They sell household cleaners, too, which meet the Safer-Choice Standards of the United States. Their paper products come from verified forests that meet responsible forestry standards. Their feminine hygiene products do not use chlorine bleach, rayon, fragrance, or dyes, which are linked to toxic health effects.

Their disposable paper plates, cups, lids, and cutlery are biodegradable. Their paper products are derived from materials that decrease their use of non-renewable resources like petroleum.

They currently ship only to the contiguous United States. The brand has potential and a lot of popularity already, so we may see it international soon.

With every order you place with Brandless, they donate a meal to Feeding America to help those facing hunger. Brandless has plans to encourage its members to attend volunteer and community events. I’m excited to see where Brandless will go. And in the meantime, hopefully it will help some of us save time and money.

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