• Kotlin Meetup - May 2019

    Deputy

    Join us for the next iteration of the Kotlin meetup at yet another new venue/sponsor Deputy. We are excited to welcome an overseas guest straight from JetBrains, Eugene Petrenko, who's in town for other engagements and offered to give a talk about Kotlin/Native at the meetup. → Eugene Petrenko (JetBrains) "Native with Kotlin/Native" → Adi Polak (Microsoft) "Coroutines to the Rescue!" More details: https://sydkotlin.space/#meetup-may-2019 Thanks to our sponsors for making this night possible: • Deputy (https://www.deputy.com) - venue, food and drinks • JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com) - promotion and giveaways • Lookahead Search (https://www.lookahead.com.au) - help with our ancillary costs

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  • Kotlin Meetup - March 2019

    Microsoft Reactor

    Kotlin meetup is resuming in March this year and this one will be at yet another new venue, provided by Microsoft Reactor. Talks from a long time attendee, first time speaker, Andrew Gallasch, and a Microsoft local, Dave Glover. Should be fun! → Andrew Gallasch (Canva) "Readable, Reusable, Maintainable... and all these words that end in -ible" → Dave Glover (Microsoft) "Building an End-to-End Secure, Scalable IoT Serverless Solution" More details: https://sydkotlin.space/#meetup-march-2019 Thanks to our sponsors for making this night possible: • Microsoft (https://www.microsoft.com) - venue, food and drinks • JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com) - promotion and giveaways • Lookahead Search (https://www.lookahead.com.au) - help with our ancillary costs

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  • Meetup - November 2018

    Arq Group

    Last meetup of 2018, can you believe it? This month we welcome a new host and sponsor, Outware Part of Arq Group, and we should have a great programme of talks lined up to send you into the season of office parties. Christian Rolf "Kotlin Collections vs Java Streams" Shinoo Goyal "Exploring Kotlin Functions - Let’s have some fun()" More details: https://sydkotlin.space/#meetup-november-2018 Thanks to our sponsors for making this night possible: • Outware Part of Arq Group (http://www.outware.com.au) - venue, food and drinks • JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com) - promotion and giveaways • Lookahead Search (https://www.lookahead.com.au) - help with our ancillary costs

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  • Meetup - October 2018

    Atlassian (Level 29)

    Time for the next meetup and we're back to the host that started it all (even before we were a separate user group) - Atlassian. The two talks cover a broad spectrum, between just starting out with Kotlin and attempting circuit breaking, something for everyone. Gareth Sime "Circuit Breakers with Resilience4J" Evgeny Trushin "Learning Kotlin: A Trial-and-Error Approach" More details: https://sydkotlin.space/#meetup-october-2018 Thanks to our sponsors for making this night possible: • Atlassian (https://www.atlassian.com) - venue, food and drinks • JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com) - promotion and giveaways • Lookahead Search (https://www.lookahead.com.au) - help with our ancillary costs

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  • Meetup - August 2018

    Servian HQ

    Last meetup of winter is this month, folks, and it's in a new venue with a new sponsor. Two talks, as usual, one from an organiser and another from an external guest, should be a fun night. Mike Gouline "Data Science and Other Buzzwords" John-Paul Costales "Thinking of Changing Career Direction?" More details: https://sydkotlin.space/#meetup-august-2018 Thanks to our sponsors for making this night possible: • Servian (https://www.servian.com) - venue, food and drinks • JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com) - promotion and giveaways • Lookahead Search (https://www.lookahead.com.au) - help with our ancillary costs

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  • Meetup - June 2018

    Tyro

    It's already been one year since we started Sydney Kotlin User Group, let that sink in! This will be our first anniversary meetup with two great talks, as always, and some reflection on the past events, so think about some feedback that you can contribute. Sergey Tselovalnikov "Distributed Tracing - Know Your Enemy" Ruslan Ibragimov "Writing Gradle in Kotlin" More details: https://sydkotlin.space/#meetup-june-2018 Thanks to our sponsors for making this night possible: • Tyro (https://www.tyro.com) - venue, food and drinks • JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com) - promotion and giveaways • Lookahead Search (https://www.lookahead.com.au) - help with our ancillary costs

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  • Meetup - May 2018

    Airtasker

    Having resolved April's scheduling woes, the next meetup is now confirmed for May. And what a line-up we have on offer: one special overseas guest and one cancelled talk from last year that never got re-scheduled until now. Sven Ruppert "Vaadin on Kotlin" Neal Maloney "Kotlin and Bluetooth LE" More details: https://sydkotlin.space/#meetup-may-2018 NOTE: We're in a smaller venue this time, so get in quick and update your RSVP if your circumstances change. Thanks to our sponsors for making this night possible: • Airtasker (https://www.airtasker.com) - venue, food and drinks • JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com) - promotion and giveaways • Lookahead Search (https://www.lookahead.com.au) - help with our ancillary costs

  • Meetup - March 2018

    Pivotal Labs

    Happy new year (we know it's been a couple of months) and welcome to the first meetup of 2018! Come along and meet other fellow Kotliners in your area. Dariusz Lorenc App Continuum Jacob Bass Introduction to Arrow Erik Pragt Kotlin Ketchup More details: https://sydkotlin.space/#meetup-march-2018 Thanks to our sponsors for making this night possible: • Pivotal (https://pivotal.io/) - venue, food and drinks • JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com/) - promotion and giveaways • Lookahead Search (https://www.lookahead.com.au/) - help with our ancillary costs

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  • Meetup - November 2017

    Tyro

    The beginning of this month marked the first ever KotlinConf in San Francisco and we'll use the last meetup of the year to recap some of the more interesting talks from the conference. Simon Gerber from Tyro will also give a talk about his fancy parser combinators. Simon Gerber Parsing Fancy - Parser Combinators in Kotlin Mike Gouline KotlinConf 2017 Recap More details: https://sydkotlin.space/#meetup-november-2017 Thanks to our sponsors for making this night possible: • Tyro (https://www.tyro.com/) - venue, food and drinks • JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com/) - promotion and giveaways • Lookahead Search (https://www.lookahead.com.au/) - help with our ancillary costs

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  • Meetup - October 2017

    Pivotal Labs

    Welcome back for another meetup! This month we're borrowing Manuel Chakravarty from the Haskell and Swift communities to discuss the benefits of having strong types, and one of our regulars, Dariusz Lorenc, is going to explain what the Application Continuum is. Come along and meet other fellow Kotliners in your area. Manuel Chakravarty A Type is Worth a Thousand Tests Mitchell Tilbrook Kotlin Backstage More details: https://sydkotlin.space/#meetup-october-2017 Thanks to our sponsors for making this night possible: • Pivotal (https://pivotal.io/) - venue, food and drinks • JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com/) - promotion and giveaways • Lookahead Search (https://www.lookahead.com.au/) - help with our ancillary costs

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