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Kotlin Future Features Survey Results

With all the exciting recent events, we had to postpone the publication of the Future Features Survey results. Sorry about that. Better late than never, this blog post summarizes what we learned from the survey. To recap, the Future Features … Continue reading

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Kotlin 1.1 Event in Your City

We are holding the Kotlin 1.1 event on March 23. Tune in to the live stream at JetBrains TV and see Andrey Breslav’s demo presentation about the key features of Kotlin 1.1, including coroutines, JavaScript back-end and more. Start tweeting … Continue reading

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Our first book about Kotlin is out

We’re happy to announce that Kotlin in Action – a book about Kotlin written by the members of the Kotlin team – is now out, as both a eBook and a printed book. The book is written for experienced Java … Continue reading

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Kotlin Night in London

We’re holding another Kotlin Night, but this time in London. We’ve brought together members of the community that have been and are currently using Kotlin in production, to come and speak to us about their experiences. As well as share … Continue reading

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Kotlin census: call to action

Hey @coursera use @kotlin rocks, but there’s no need to show it in the application name 😁😁 pic.twitter.com/XmDsUENR8C — David Lázaro (@_dlazaro) July 18, 2016 Many times we’re asked by people working with or planning to work with Kotlin, what … Continue reading

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Calling on EAPers

At JetBrains we’ve always believed in our Early Access Program for our tools, giving developers a chance to use the latest features or fixes as soon as they’re ready. We’ve followed the same philosophy with Kotlin, knowing of course that … Continue reading

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A New Open Source Web Site

We have a new web site and a new domain! It’s Open Source It would make no sense to be developing a language that is Open Source and not having an Open Source web site and documentation. We worked by … Continue reading

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An Interview with Andy Selvig, Author of Kara Web Framework

1. Hello Andy, thank you for taking the time to join us. Can you tell us a bit about yourself? I’m co-owner of Tiny Mission, a small web and mobile development company based in Minnesota, USA. In addition to my … Continue reading

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Contributing to Kotlin (Kontributing)

As you all know, Kotlin went Open Source two weeks ago. In this post, I give some instructions for prospective contributors and an overview of the contributions we already had. Kontrbute! Contributing to an open-source project is easy: Have a look at our … Continue reading

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The Road Ahead

As you all know, we rolled out our first public release last week: kotlin-demo.jetbrains.com. And while you (7K+ unique visitors) are having fun with it, we keep working on the Kotlin compiler, IDE and standard library. In this post, I’ll give an … Continue reading

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