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Kotlin Session and JetBrains Booth at 33rd Degree Conference

JetBrains and Kotlin are participating in the 33rd Degree Conference in Warsaw, Poland. Join 1,200 attendees March 13-15 for 92 sessions from 58 speakers. Come by our booth and learn what’s new in Project Kotlin, as well as the upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 12.1 release. … Continue reading

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Kotlin Skills Matter Events in London, England

JetBrains has two free Kotlin events coming to London in April and May. Both sessions will be held at Skills Matter eXchange and registration is required. We hope to see you there! In the Brains of Andrey Breslav: Introduction to … Continue reading

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Kotlin Session at Devoxx, November 16th

November 12th-16th the JetBrains team will travel to Devoxx in Antwerp, Belgium. We would like to invite you to stop by our booth and also to our Kotlin session with Hadi Hariri. Join us for Putting Kotlin to the Test, … Continue reading

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Free Kotlin Webinar on Wednesday, October 10th

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

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StrangeLoop Slides+Video

Slides and video from the talk I gave at StrangeLoop this year is available here: 

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Slides and Video: Kotlin@JVMLS 2011

Our slides and video from the JVM Language Summit 2011 is available via Dr. Dobb’s. Enjoy.

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Slides from the JVM Language Summit presentations

Just a quick note: we’ve published the slides from the presentation and workshop that we gave on the JVM Language Summit. The presentation covers higher-order functions and typesafe builders, and the workshop covers classes, multiple inheritance, generics and class objects.

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