Starting in 2019, trying to experiment with KMP was one of the best learning experiences I could've asked for. Early on, experimental stuff teaches you how best to be resourceful and to learn at a deeper level – not just by reading documentation and learning how to something, but what's behind it and how it works. It can be hard and uncomfortable at the start, but I highly recommend it for any developer.
First and foremost, I'd like to thank the huge KMP community, who helped me gain the knowledge I needed to write this book.
Although not indexed by Google, the kotlinlang Slack channel is a great place to start searching for any Kotlin-related issue and to start a conversation on different topics. Lately, it has been the starting point for me when searching for something, especially for experimental things. You can join the Slack channel at https://surveys.jetbrains.com/s3/kotlin-slack-sign-up; I highly recommend the #multiplatform and...