Static Typing, Required: Node.js Meets Kotlin

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Intrepid Pursuits

222 Third St. Cambridge MA, 02141 · Boston, MA

How to find us

Take the elevator at the back entrance (on 2nd St) to the 4th floor.

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Pizza and drinks will be provided!

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We have two exciting events for our third meetup. Guy Dupont will give a talk titled “Static typing, required: Node.js meets Kotlin”, giving us a chance to explore Kotlin usage outside the context of the JVM. And Peter Farlow will will give a KotlinConf Recap so those of us who weren't able to attend can still hear about this exciting conference on all things Kotlin.

Note that we've shifted the schedule slightly later compared to the first meeting.

• 6:30pm : Doors open
• 6:30-7:00pm : Eat and meet
• 7:00-7:15pm : Intro
• 7:15-8:00pm : Speaker / Q & A
• 8:00pm : Office Hours / Free Coding Time

What is this Meetup about?

Kotlin Office Hours is a monthly meetup where software developers of all backgrounds who want to learn Kotlin or improve their Kotlin skills can come, share their experiences and get help with their Kotlin projects.

Kotlin is an open-source programming language developed by JetBrains and has seen an upswell of interest since it's 1.0 release in 2016. It now supports not only JVM but JavaScript and LLVM architectures as well. We will have experts speaking about Kotlin and its use in these various architectures, showing their knowledge and the projects that they are working on.

Who is it for?

This meetup is for both beginners and more advanced Kotlin developers who are interested in learning more about Kotlin and in how other developers are using it in their work and projects. Any developer with an interest in Kotlin is encouraged to join this meetup.