Author Archives: Andrey Breslav
Today we roll out Kotlin M4 (from under snow). This post gives an overview of new features and other things this milestone brings.
After releasing Kotlin M3, we immediately started dogfooding Kotlin. Working on KAnnotator — a static analysis tool that will automatically infer nullability annotations for libraries — helps us tremendously at prioritizing issues. As a result, we roll out a bugfix … Continue reading
Join me (Andrey Breslav) and Hadi Hariri in a webinar about Kotlin M3. We will discuss the new features and our plans, give some demos and answer your questions. The free webinar will take place Wednesday, October 10th at 16:00 CET … Continue reading
Last time I wrote about a new exciting feature in “the upcoming Kotlin M3″. Today, Kotlin M3 is not “upcoming” any more, it’s here. This post gives an overview of the new milestone.
It’s been a while since I blogged last time on Kotlin M2. Now, the hot summer has passed, and M3 will be out very soon. In this post I describe two small features added in M3 that make our lives … Continue reading
It’s been seven weeks since Kotlin M1 release, and I’m happy to invite you to try out a candidate build of Kotlin M2! This post gives an overview of the upcoming milestone release along with come usage instructions. Thank you, … Continue reading
Today we are pleased to announce M1: the first milestone release of Kotlin. Kotlin’s homepage (kotlin.jetbrains.org) provides full details about the language. In this post I give some highlights associated with the milestone release. What’s in the box Kotlin comes … Continue reading
IntelliJ IDEA 11.1 has been recently released, and we are happy to announce a milestone candidate build for Kotlin IDE plugin, too. This post gives an overview of what happened over the last month. Milestone Candidate Build is Ready for … Continue reading
As you all know, Kotlin went Open Source two weeks ago. In this post, I give some instructions for prospective contributors and an overview of the contributions we already had. Kontrbute! Contributing to an open-source project is easy: Have a look at our … Continue reading