Manuel Vicente Vivo delivered the talk "Structured Concurrency: Asynchronous shift in Kotlin" during the conference Codemotion Madrid 2019. We interviewed Manuel asking him these questions: Structured concurrency is probably one of the most interesting features introduced in Kotlin coroutines. What is in it for us? Are there some specific features that you expect to be released in the next future? What about Kotlin Everywhere? Should anyone approaching Android learn Kotlin? Is Java the easier or more marketable choice? Do you think that Kotlin might be adopted in different contexts other than Android?