Join Live Webinar — Functional Programming with Kotlin

Join us this Thursday, October 22nd, 14:00 – 15:00 GMT (10:00 – 11:00 AM EDT) for our free webinar, Functional Programming with Kotlin with Mike Hearn

In this talk, Mike Hearn will provide a brief introduction to programming in Kotlin via worked, practical examples, with a focus on functional programming.

Topics covered will include:

  • Use of functional transforms
  • Immutability
  • Lazyness and working with lazy infinite sequences
  • The use of funKtionale, a library that extends Kotlin with a few features known from Haskell
  • Pattern matching
  • Reactive user interfaces

Everyone is welcome!

You can ask questions to Mike and suggest themes for future webinars in comments.

Mike Hearn Mike Hearn is a Java, Kotlin and C++ developer who works on digital currency related software. Prior to that he was a senior software engineer at Google, where he spent over seven years working on a range of products including Earth, Maps, Gmail and the accounts system.

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5 Responses to Join Live Webinar — Functional Programming with Kotlin

  1. JTW says:

    Something wrong here. Room says it’s 1600 US Central time, not 1400 GMT…

    • Robert Demmer says:

      The 16:00 is Central European Summer Time (CEST) which is Prague, Munich, etc. In the US it would be 10:00 AM in NYC if this helps.

  2. Max M. says:

    Please spread news like this more early (if you can). I’ve only read of it today on reddit (also: damn timezones. :))
    Would’ve liked to see it live! :)

    Also: Is there a way to see it now? When I click the links, I’m redirected to the homepage of the info “portal”…

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