Born in Italy in 1987, passionate for everything that switches on and off and particularly for handheld and wearable devices. He loves to learn new languages such as Kotlin, patterns, and everything Android-related. He is am now working in The New York Times Android team as Android Engineer.
Trip into the async world
RxJava has been around for a while, and Coroutines just surfaced into the Android world not long ago. Different approaches to solve similar issues, but their learning curve is not the same. What if we could actually make them work together, and bridge features meant for one to work with the other? And what about migrations? This and much more will be included in our trip through the async world on Android. And I promise, no AsyncTasks will be harmed!