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Kotlin @ Skills Matter

London, April 2013
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Andrey Breslav

on 18 May 2013

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Transcript of Kotlin @ Skills Matter

Web Demo:
kotlin-demo.jetbrains.com Write Kode Twit It http://kotlin-demo.jetbrains.com by Andrey Breslav Lead Language Designer Timeline 2012 M1 M2 M3 Beta Use at Spec & Release (v. 1.0) Parts of Bootstrap Examples Java Platform Making a Better Place Challenge Home Page: kotlin.jetbrains.org
Web Demo: kotlin-demo.jetbrains.com
Blog: blog.jetbrains .com/kotlin
Forum: Kotlin at devnet.jetbrains.com Twitter:
@project_kotlin
@abreslav Open Source Kompiler
IntelliJ IDEA Plugin http://github.com/JetBrains/Kotlin Apache 2 License Kontribute Patches
Libraries
Tools Recently Contributed Collection & IO
utilities by James Strachan Resources Ant & Maven by Evgeny Goldin More Traits (code in interfaces)
First-class delegation
Modules
Generics with proper variance
... http://kotlin.jetbrains.org Design Goals 100% Java-compatible
Expressive
Type-Safe Environment Friendly Productive Concise
Fast Well-Supported by Tools Learnable! http://github.com/jetbrains/kotlin Apache 2 License Open Source http://github.com/jetbrains/kotlin Competition:
Most retweets (minimum of 20)
By next Monday, March 26 Wins IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate Prof. Vilayanur S Ramachandran Do you know this man? Haskell Kotlin Class Destroyer Can you guess what his occupation is? Big
Projects Smart
Compiler Right
Abstractions Kotlin Kotlin Cup<Coffee> b
= new Cup<Coffee>(
new Coffee()
); I know I said too much... How to make a cup of coffee? Java is too hard to evolve Groovy Scala Ceylon Kotlin Compatibilty
Readability
Performance
Type-Safety
Tooling Kotlin Class Destroyer Kotlin Island Smart Expressive Safe Boilerplate Repetition Errors Modern language for Industry Cup<Coffee> cup
= new Cup<>(
new Coffee()
); A cup of Java 7
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