Brussels / 4 & 5 February 2023


Data oriented programming in Kotlin

Data-oriented programming encourages us to model data as (immutable) data, and keep the code that embodies the business logic of how we act on that data separately. This means stepping away from the traditional OO approach. In this talk I will go into what problems this solves, when to apply this pattern and how Kotlin’s data classes, sealed classes and powerful pattern matching can help you with this.


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