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Kotlin M11 is Out!

Today we are releasing a new milestone: Kotlin M11, which brings such long-awaited features as secondary constructors, a first glimpse of true reflection support for Kotlin and much more.

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Follow-up: New Class Object Syntax

In the previous post I explained the rethought design of what used to be called “class objects”: they are now more uniform with normal nested objects, have names (name may be omitted, but a default one will be used by … Continue reading

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Making Platform Interop even smoother

Being 100% interoperable with the JVM, and subsequently with JavaScript, has always been among Kotlin’s top priorities. With the amount of existing code, and a rich JVM ecosystem, having the ability of interoperating and leveraging these is crucial.

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Full-Day Kotlin Workshop October 6th in Malmö, Sweden

Edument, a JetBrains Training and Consulting Partner, will be providing a full day of Kotlin hacking on Monday, October 6, 2014, in the lovely city of Malmö. Full-Day Kotlin Workshop: learn more and register now. The hands-on workshop will begin by … Continue reading

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Kotlin gets support for S-expressions

Kotlin is always happy to learn from other programming languages, and this is why we decided to support S-expressions, the empowering concept of LISP. The main motivation behind this is the compatibility with Clojure, the LISP for the JVM. Clojure … Continue reading

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