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As soon as I came back from KotlinConf, I decided to grab and try to build the conference demo app. I want to use it as a foundation for an idea I have in mind. Yet, as soon as I downloaded it and tried to compile it, came the first problems. Gradle is not really able to download all the dependencies, mainly, when it comes to the iOS-specific Kotlin/Native ones. I posted an issue on Guthub and decided to switch back to an old hobby of mine - generative art. I dusted off an old Processing project of mine, and will try to make it more Kotlin-esque.

This tweet got me inspired to check out Processing again:


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