What we're about

The purpose of Kotlin User Group Vienna is
to bring together the community of Vienna based Kotliners to facilitate sharing of know how and best practises around developing software in Kotlin.
We will do this through encouraging everyone to participate in small and big ways through questions, engaging and holding talks.

The group is aimed at developers of all levels. From beginner to veteran, from "Hello World" to building compiler plugins. At every event we include an indicator of the target audience of the talk.

We want to encourage your participation. If you want to present, or if there's a topic you would like to attend a talk on, please post in the discussions or email us at meetup@kotlin.wien
Talks can anything between be full length (45 to 90 Minutes) and short lightning talks (5-10 Minutes)

Upcoming events (5)

Kotlin Vienna March 2020 Meetup

TBD

More details will be announced in time. Main Topic: TBA Schedule: 18:00 - Setup, Sound Check, etc. 18:30 - Open Doors 19:00 - Welcome, Introduction, Meetup News and Housekeeping, Sponsor Messages, Community Interview 19:15 - Main Talk 20:30 - Networking, Pizza and Beer 22:00 - Close Doors ### Moderator Slides https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1h0UZ09Dedv4Z9eDaP0v964IWD4PHCtaUbahj9SzS95k/edit?usp=sharing ### Kotlin Vienna Handbook https://gitlab.com/kotlin-vienna/www-kotlin-wien/-/tree/master/handbook

Kotlin on the GraalVM

ERSTE Stiftung

More details will be announced in time. Main Topic: Kotlin on the GraalVM Schedule: 18:00 - Setup, Sound Check, etc. 18:30 - Open Doors 19:00 - Welcome, Introduction, Meetup News and Housekeeping, Sponsor Messages, Community Interview 19:15 - Main Talk 20:30 - Networking, Pizza and Beer 22:00 - Close Doors

Kotlin Vienna July 2020 Meetup

Needs a location

More details will be announced in time. Main Topic: TBA Schedule: 18:00 - Setup, Sound Check, etc. 18:30 - Open Doors 19:00 - Welcome, Introduction, Meetup News and Housekeeping, Sponsor Messages, Community Interview 19:15 - Main Talk 20:30 - Networking, Pizza and Beer 22:00 - Close Doors

Back to School with Kotlin

TBD

It’s back to School time and so we’d like to give all the Kotlin newcomers a chance for getting a taste of Kotlin. You will hear the basics of the Kotlin programming language in a introductory talk, no Kotlin experience required, Java highly recommended, at least some other general purpose object oriented language (C#, Java Script, Scala, Ruby, ...) Together we will go through some simple coding examples, so-called Koans, to get a feeling of the language. Main Topic: Kotlin 101 by Rainer Kern twitter: @systemkern Preliminary Schedule: 18:00 - Setup, Sound Check, etc. 18:30 - Open Doors 19:00 - Welcome, Introduction, Meetup News and Housekeeping, Sponsor Messages, Community Interview 19:15 - Main Talk 20:30 - Networking, Pizza and Beer 22:00 - Close Doors Speaker Bio: Rainer Kern is a Software Architect and Kotlin enthusiast from Vienna with 15 Years of professional experience in the Java ecosystem - three of them spent mainly in Kotlin. Apart from his work as a software architecture consultant and engineer specialised on SAAS Backends, Rainer is also engaged as a lector at the SAE University in Vienna and co-organiser of the Vienna Kotlin Meetup, Author of a number of software engineering classes and several software engineering related talks as well as contributor to two Kotlin libraries on Github. Rainer was born 1984 in Vienna, Austria. He studied Business Informatics at the Vienna University of Technology and IT-Project Management at the Polytechnical University of Catalonia in Barcelona. He has lived in Barcelona, Munich, Zurich and his home town Vienna.

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