JetBrains MPS on the road
Nothing beats live presentations and hands-on tutorials when it comes to sharing knowledge, experience and excitement.
If you plan to attend W-JAX in Munich or TOPCONF in Tallinn this year, you might have noticed the conferences have MPS listed in their agendas.
Markus Voelter will give a whole day tutorial at W-JAX called Make this YOUR Java.
Václav Pech will focus on the key benefits of MPS for Java developers during his TOPCONF talk called Are you speaking my language?.
You are more than welcome to come and join us there.
Not going to these conferences? We may still have good news for you. There are more MPS events in the pipe. Check out the MPS Event Calendar for a more thorought list of MPS-related events.
Develop with pleasure!
-JetBrains MPS Team
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