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Jetpack Compose navigation and Effectively reviewing Pull Requests @ Picnic

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Jetpack Compose navigation and Effectively reviewing Pull Requests @ Picnic

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Picnic will be hosting our December Meetup! Come and join us to learn more about Jetpack Compose Navigation and some tips on automating tasks on GitHub and how to effectively review Pull Requests!

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Schedule

18:00 Opening doors at Picnic with drinks and food

19:00 Introduction

19:05 How to effectively create and review PRs - Alessandro Mautone

19:30 Break

19:45 Jetpack Compose Navigation - Another half baked solution? - Lukáš Anda

20:30 drinks!

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Alessandro Mautone - Android Lead Engineer @ Canyon

How to effectively create and review PRs

In this session I want to guide the audience in how to effectively create and review PRs. Creating them has a few tips like templates and ways of automating some tasks through GitHub. The review part talks about how to approach a PR, how to dialog with the author keeping in mind empathy and the fact we are on the same team, and when to comment vs request changes vs approve.

Lukáš Anda - Android Software Engineer @ Beatgrid

Jetpack Compose Navigation - Another half baked solution?

We'll deep dive into history of the navigation solutions for Android, from Activities, through fragments, navigation component and then finally navigation in Jetpack Compose. Each solution has its benefits, but also pitfalls. Navigation in Jetpack Compose isn't able to pass whole objects, but what if we could go around that? With a bit of Kotlin magic, splash of KSP and and some love, we can upgrade Jetpack Compose Navigation into fully fledged tool in our arsenal.

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If you have any questions regarding the event or the safety please reach-out via meetup or ping one of the organizers on our Slack group at http://www.dutchaug.org/slack

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