Kotlin Product Marketing Manager
Kotlin News: 1.8.0 Is Here, Roadmap for 2023, KotlinDL on Android, and More!
Kotlin 1.8.0, Roadmap for 2023, KotlinDL on Android, and more news in the Kotlin monthly digest. Check it out!
Monthly News: Kotlin 1.7.20 Beta, KotlinConf Workshops, New Webinar, and more!
Kotlin 1.7.20 Beta, KolinConf workshops, the State of Mobile Jobs survey, and much more news in the Kotlin monthly digest. Check it out!
Sannsyn Case Study: a High-performance Backend for Modern Machine Learning
Sannsyn provides artificial intelligence-based solutions for businesses that want to improve their user experience, increase their customer loyalty, and boost their conversion rates. Personalized customer recommendations are a core functionality for the solutions Sannsyn offers. These solutions pose a unique technical challenge with a multitude of components on the server-side with billions of interactions across a complicated system, all while keeping the client-side simple. Sannsyn has never looked back after choosing Kotlin, and here is why: Great interoperability – Kotlin makes it
Results of the Kotlin Features Survey 2021
A few months ago we held the second poll for the most awaited features in Kotlin. The main goal of this research was to find out what you thought about the relative importance of future Kotlin features and the diversity of user scenarios. This research will help us to prioritize our long-term language development plans. We’d like to thank everyone who participated and answered the questions! Below you can find the results of the survey and a write-up from Roman Elizarov, Project lead for Kotlin, about our plans for the top-voted features. For additional information, please check out the fea
K2 Compiler, Kotlin/Wasm, and Tooling Announcements at the 2021 Kotlin Event
The Kotlin 2021 Premier Online Event has come to an end! It began with a keynote presentation that covered a variety of major announcements, and it continued with a series of talks, each dedicated to an individual piece of news: the new K2 compiler, tooling, backend development frameworks, cross-platform solutions, and more. All of the recordings are now available on our YouTube channel. Let’s take a quick look at all the exciting topics presented: New K2 Kotlin compilerKotlin for WebAssembly – demoed for the first time!Kotlin Symbol Processing (KSP)Kover – the new code coverage plugin
Kotlin Features Survey Edition #2
We ask you to choose the three features that would bring the most benefit to you, and downvote one.
Answering the Top 10 Questions About Kotlin’s Future
In this post you’ll find the answers to 10 questions about Kotlin’s future.
Kotlin 1.5 Event Materials and 10 Questions from the Q&A
The recordings of our 1.5.0 release celebration event are out and available for you on the Kotlin YouTube Channel. 🔔 Subscribe to the channel updates and stay up to date with the Kotlin future events! Recordings and slides Our amazing hosts – Svetlana Isakova and Sebastian Aigner – gave a talk about the 1.5.0 updates, and Roman Elizarov presented on the future of Kotlin. After that, members of the JetBrains Kotlin team and guests from Google and VMware answered questions from the attendees. Check out the recordings: Kotlin 1.5.0 Highlights, the talk by Svetl
Kotlin 1.5 online event
Take part in the Kotlin event and send in your questions for the Kotlin team! May 25, 2021
Do you remember your first introduction to Kotlin? New users survey
The “Kotlin New Users Survey” will help us understand the ways people are introduced to Kotlin, and what is important to them during the first steps of their journey. We want the experience in the early stages to be a good one for the adopters. Getting feedback from the community is useful for us to improve our materials and identify where exactly beginners expect these materials to be. If you’ve just started to learn Kotlin, or if you remember your start into Kotlin well, you would be helping us a lot by filling out this survey. Fill out the survey The survey is not exactly a short one, an
How Do You Use Stack Overflow? The Kotlin Community Survey
Stack Overflow is an essential resource when it comes to learning something new about programming. It is easily searchable, used by millions of people, and extremely popular in the software engineering community. During the Kotlin Census 2020, 55% of respondents mentioned Stack Overflow as a helpful learning resource. However, sometimes we hear that finding Kotlin-related information on Stack Overflow is not easy. Given the importance of the platform, we’re keen to fix this, and increase the number of questions answered there. It will help us a lot if you could share how you search for Kotlin
Server-side With Kotlin Webinar Series, Vol 2
We continue our series of Kotlin for server-side webinars. Between February 18 and March 18 we will host 4 webinars to explore applied software development with Kotlin on server-side through live-coding sessions. Speakers from JetBrains, VMware, Confluent, and Oracle will cover reactive programming, asynchronous applications with the Ktor framework, building microservices with Helidon, and other aspects of using Kotlin for server-side development. The hosts and speakers will also make sure to answer your questions during the webinars. Going Reactive The webinar is over. You can watch the reco