In this course, we’ll be building a microservice in Kotlin, and by the end of this course, it will be deployed to the cloud.
The microservices will represent a cat hostel.
You’ll be able to add cats to its database, remove cats from it and list them.
Why cats hostel? Because as long as you know how to implement basic operations, you can build it for any kind of entities you need: supermarket orders, auction items, taxis, you name it. So, why not cats?
Why this course?
There are many good tutorials and books about Kotlin programming language nowadays. But most of them make the assumption that you’re either and Android developer or at least familiar with Java programming language and its ecosystem.
This course make no such assumptions. If you’re and experienced PHP, Python, Ruby or NodeJS developer, with zero Java knowledge, this course was build with you in mind.
What you need to know:
Familiarity with Git. I’ll provide you with a link to the relevant branch on GitHub after most of the videos, and I’ll show you commands that I use, but I won’t dive deep into what they do.
Basic SQL and Docker knowledge is useful, but not mandatory.
What this course covers:
What this course doesn’t cover:
Each of them is a large topic by itself, and I wanted to keep this course as focused as possible, so you’ll be able to produce a working and well tested application in an hour or two.
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