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What Can Kotlin Do for Me? with Hadi Hariri
By now, you've probably heard of Kotlin and may have even taken a look at some of its features. And you might be wondering what the big deal is. Sure, it's got some nicer syntax—and what else? The thing about Kotlin though is that it's not about a list of features but how, together and in harmony, these features lead to a more enjoyable and productive development experience. In this talk, we're going to focus on showing why Kotlin solves some of the pain points you often encounter when writing code—be it Android, Server, or any other type of software development.
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View the most recent ACM Learning Webinar, "The History of Software Engineering," on demand. This talk is presented by Grady Booch, ACM Fellow and Chief Scientist for Software Engineering, IBM Research. Will Tracz, Lockheed Martin Fellow Emeritus and former chair of ACM SIGSOFT, moderated the Q&A following the talk. Continue the discussion and checkout further resources on our Discourse page.
View the ACM Learning Center Webinar, "Is Blockchain a Branch of AI?" on demand. This special talk is presented by Toufi Saliba, CEO at PrivacyShell and Chair of the ACM Practitioners Board Conference Committee. A moderated Q&A follows the talk. Continue the discussion on ACM's Discourse Page. And check out ACM AiDecentralized, a practitioner-oriented conference focusing on the intersection of A.I. and Blockchain featuring some of the world's top experts moving these technologies forward, including ACM A.M. Turing laureate Silvio Micali, Nobel Peace Prize recipient Iraki Beridze, and former Wikimedia Foundation Chief Executive Lila Tretikov.