Hope you’ve already got your tickets, because it’s sold out! The event starts up this Thursday, and I hope I’ll get to meet you there!
If you’re not able to make it, here’s some good news for you:
All sessions will be recorded and made available soon after the conference!— KotlinConf (@kotlinconf) October 24, 2017
Meanwhile, be sure to check out the schedule ahead of time, so that you’re ready to go when you arrive!
More Kotlin Goodness for Ya
There were some absolutely fantastic interviews recently. Check ‘em out!
Mapping the Journey interviewed the lead language designer of Kotlin, Andrey Breslav, in the latest podcast. Andrey shares about the history of the language, how he got involved, his thoughts on Google’s first-class support, and more.
In another recent podcast, The Changelog interviewed Dmitry Jemerov, the tooling team lead for Kotlin. This podcast covers similar ground as the one above, but goes more into the reason that JetBrains started the project. There’s also some fun discussion around similarities between Kotlin and Swift.
In a recent episode of Coffee with a Googler, Laurence Moroney interviewed Stephanie Saad Cuthbertson (you know, the one who made the big Kotlin announcement at Google I/O this year). She shares an amusing story about trying to keep the announcement on the down-low before the event. A fun interview, and definitely worth 11:52 of your time.
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