Going To [Java] Or [Kotlin] Techcon? Use Eventyco To Search For The Best Events Near You
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If you’re looking for an event in the next few weeks, there are a few things that can help you find it. The first is obviously the venue – if it’s near where you live and work, that makes it easier to get there. And then there are events that are specifically tailored towards your interests – so if you’re a developer who loves Kotlin, for exatectecmple, there will be events in your area aimed at those people.
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KotlinConf is the largest and most popular conference for Kotlin developers. It’s held in beautiful Prague and attracts more than 1000 attendees every year. The conference features two days of talks about all aspects of Kotlin development, with a special focus on helping you become a better developer.
Kotlin is a programming language that compiles to Java bytecode. Kotlin is a statically typed language that runs on the Java virtual machine. It was designed by JetBrains, a software company headquartered in Russia, and first released as open source in 2011.
Kotlin is strongly typed and supports nullability, extension functions and extension types. It supports coroutines, automatic type inference (with autoboxing), extension methods (with inline overrides), default arguments and function overloading.
Android users can use Kotlin for developing Android apps. The latest version of Android Studio 3.0 comes with Kotlin support out of the box.
While Google has been supporting kotlin and android conferences for a while, there were times when it was not possible to use Kotlin in an Android app due to various reasons like lack of support from Google APIs or restrictions on using native libraries. With the recent release of Kotlin 1.1, developers can now use Kotlin in their apps and write code that is compatible with both Android and iOS devices.
The new version of the language comes with improvements over the previous versions like extensions, which allows you to add new features without changing the existing code base and inline functions, which makes it easier for developers to write their code in a more readable manner.