• Functional Programming with Arrow

    apsa personnel concepts gmbh

    Community Member Bruno invites every Kotliner to learn how to program functionally, especially with the help of Arrow the FP library written in Kotlin. Please note the schedule change to 19:00 actual starting time Main Topic: Functional Programming with Arrow, by Bruno 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 About Bruno: Hi, my name is Bruno. I work as a consultant and trainer for TietoEvry Austria. Currently I am working mostly for customers in the industry 4.0 sector with code bases being mostly in Java on Azure DevOps infrastructure. I love to learn about technologies and processes that potentially improve software development. Some examples being Clean Code, unit testing, DevOps, Kanban and functional programming. About our sponsor apsa: We are a Vienna based IT recruiting company, that brings together extraordinary talents, innovative companies and exciting projects! We provide IT experts with new ventures and manage expectations between freelancers & clients and don't stop, before all parties are satisfied. "apsa - all people shall advance” Check out our projects and jobs on https://www.apsa.at/jobboerse/ Moderator slides will be available here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1F-fS5Pn-69hx_AZnuHsu60dgU3oyiDfHJi8eL6Ne0Qc/edit#slide=id.g75ce3d6915_0_2

  • Workshop: Web frontend programming with KotlinJS

    Tsetinis Software Gmbh

    Kotlin for Javascript promises Code Reusability between backend, frontend and apps. At this event we are going to look at what is possible, what is promised and what we are actually able to pull off. Deviating from our usual format this meetup is going to be a workshop / self help group. We will work on how to compile Kotlin to JS and how to integrate it in a static HTML Website. This is actually quite straightforward. Then we will try - and unfortunately probably fail - to integrate our newly generated JS into a React JS Application. Please bring your own laptop to be able to participate. We will share the source code via Github. The talk is aimed at Kotlin beginners and frontend developers who want to get their feet wet with Kotlin. Beginners Knowledge of Kotlin, Gradle, Node, and React is helpful but not mandatory Sponsor: ================== Thanks to Tsetinis Software GmbH for hosting and supporting us. Check them out at tset.com Schedule: ================== 19:00 - 19:20: Open Doors 19:20 - 19:30: Welcome, Introduction, Meetup News and Housekeeping, Sponsor Messages 19:30 - 19:45: Community Interview 19:45 - 20:30: Workshop 20:30 Pizza, beer, and conversations Speaker Bio: ================== Rainer Kern is a Software Architect and Kotlin enthusiast from Vienna with 15 Years of professional experience in the Java ecosystem - two 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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  • Back to School with Kotlin

    ERSTE Stiftung

    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 Preliminary Schedule: 19:00 - 19:20: Open Doors 19:20 - 19:30: Welcome, Introduction, Meetup News and Housekeeping, Sponsor Messages 19:30 - 19:45: Community Interview 19:45 - 20:30: Talk 21:00 Networking @ close by bar / restaurant Speaker Bio: Rainer Kern is a Software Architect and Kotlin enthusiast from Vienna with 15 Years of professional experience in the Java ecosystem - two 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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  • Kotlin Vienna July Meetup

    PETER PANE Wien Burgergrill & Bar

    The third Meetup of 2019 This time of the year we'll have social event with burgers, beer and awesome discussions about Kotlin and whatever else is on your mind. :) We'll meet at Peter Pane near Westbahnhof at 7. They mainly have burgers (with good vegetarian and even vegan options) and sides. We're looking forward to seeing you there!

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  • Write code like a poem with Kotlin DSL @ Willhaben

    The Second Meetup of 2019 will be held at Willhaben Vienna. Main Topic: Write code like a poem with Kotlin DSL Slides will be available here: http://kotlin.wien/2019-05-28 There will be Pizza and Beer sponsored by Willhaben Preliminary Schedule: 19:00 - 19:20: Open Doors 19:20 - 19:30: Welcome, Introduction, Meetup News and Housekeeping, Sponsor Messages 19:30 - 19:45: Community Interview 19:45 - 20:30: Talk 21:00 Networking @ close by bar / restaurant Speaker Bio: Mingkang Pan is a software engineer at Willhaben with seven years of professional work experience. He has worked as an Android engineer for many startup companies before in Vienna. He became a Kotlin enthusiast since the first stable Kotlin version release in early 2016. Besides software engineering, Mingkang is a passionate break dancer.

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  • Kotlin Meetup Kickoff 2019

    Erste Bank Campus

    It is 2019 a new year has begun and now it is also time for the Vienna Kotlin Meetup to kick-off the year properly. Our first Meetup will take place on the last Tuesday of February. With a new - more predictable - schedule for the year we have a couple of interesting and fun topics in the Pipeline. Main Topic: Kotlin News, Kotlin Conf 2018, and Coroutines in Kotlin Schedule: 19:00 - 19:20: Open Doors 19:20 - 19:30: Welcome, Introduction, Meetup News and Housekeeping, Sponsor Messages 19:30 - 19:45: Community Interview 19:45 - 20:30: Talk 21:00 Networking @ close by bar / restaurant Speaker Bio: Rainer Kern is a Software Architect and Kotlin enthusiast from Vienna with 15 Years of professional experience in the Java ecosystem - two 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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  • Kotlin November Meetup: Koans

    Erste Bank Campus

    Hey, this meetup is for Kotlin beginners to intermediate level. We'll practice some Kotlin Koans together. Please bring your notebook and don't be afraid to get your hands dirty :) This is also a great opportunity to ask all your Kotlin questions, we're happy to answer them! This event is sponsored by ERSTE Bank, it's located in the Stiftung / Foundation. The entrance is vis a vis from Schweizer Garten (crossroad Belvedere), the orange door. We're looking forward to seeing you! Happy Koding

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  • Kotlin for beginners - 101 talk and Koans hands-on

    ERSTE Stiftung / Foundation

    the yin: you will hear the basics of the Kotlin programming language in a introductionary talk, no Kotlin experience required, Java highly recommended, at least some other general purpose object oriented language (C#, Scala, Ruby, ...) the yang: we will go together through some simple coding examples, so-called Koans, to get a feeling of the language.

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  • Kotlin introduction + Automated security testing (Android)

    in kooperation von den jungs von defdev, wird christph P. eine kleine kotlin introduction dort geben: https://www.meetup.com/defdev-vie/events/251000578/ das ganze findet im rahmen eines security workshops statt, siehe: https://defdev.eu/#events

  • Beginner's Kotlin Workshop (with Spring Boot)

    • What we'll do We will go through implementing a ReSTful webservice with Kotlin and Spring Boot (and JPA/Hibernate). This is going to be targeted at beginners, no advanced fancy features, so no worries, not any prerequisites there (except general programming experience). • What to bring Please bring your laptop, as this is going to be a hands-on only workshop. IntelliJ (community), JDK8+ and Gradle pre-installed.

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