Join Us at JavaZone in Oslo, Norway September 11-12
Our JetBrains Team is in Oslo September 11th and 12th for JavaZone 2013 and ready to have some fun. Drop by our booth and meet Hadi Hariri, Konstantin Bulenkov, Nikita Skvortsov and Maxim Manuylov.
Don’t miss our session with Hadi on Wednesday, September 11th at 9:00 AM in Room 1:
Moving the web to the client
Traditional web development frameworks are changing. With an increase in popular frameworks for client-side web development such as Backbone, Ember or AngularJS, the role of the backed is limited to data processing and serving information. And that’s exactly where it should be. In this session we’re going to combine the power of concise JVM languages such as Kotlin, with front-end frameworks to create powerful and rich web applications. We’ll see how we can drastically reduce the amount of code required and create a maintainable system.
The guys look forward to meeting you there!
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