Free Webinar: What’s New in Project Kotlin

Join Kotlin Team Lead, Andrey Breslav, as he talks about the Kotlin Project, which has recently released Milestone 3. Nearly 400 issues have been closed including bug fixes and small enhancements that make Kotlin neater and shinier.

Come learn what’s new and have the opportunity to have your questions answered on the spot. The free webinar will take place Wednesday, October 10th at 16:00 CET (Central European Time). Space is limited, so reserve your spot today and register now!

What is Kotlin?
Project Kotlin LogoProject Kotlin is the codename of a statically-typed language that targets the JVM and JavaScript, developed by JetBrains. The main goal behind the project is to create a general-purpose language that would be a good tool for developers, meaning safe, concise, flexible and 100% Java-compatible. Both the compiler and the IntelliJ IDEA plugin are open source under the Apache 2 license.

About Andrey Breslav
Andrey Breslav, Kotlin Team LeadAndrey is the lead language designer working on Project Kotlin at JetBrains. He started his career at Borland working on language implementations for MDA support. He spent a few years teaching in college and developed courses in Basics of OOP, Software Design and Programming Practice. Andrey joined JetBrains to start Project Kotlin in 2010. He serves as a Java Community Process expert in a group working on JSR-335 (“Project Lambda”).  Andrey is a frequent conference speaker delivering talks at venues like OSCON, StrangeLoop and Devoxx. You can follow Andrey on twitter @abreslav.

For complete information and resources on Project Kotlin, visit their newly redesigned pages at: http://kotlin.jetbrains.org/.

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One Response to Free Webinar: What’s New in Project Kotlin

  1. Robert Demmer says:

    The Kotlin Milestone 3 webinar recording is now available on YouTube at http://youtu.be/Gfq7kcfbydg.

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