25 June 2016

Møller Centre, Cambridge, UK

On the JVM and you are using Java?

Russel Winder /independent

Session type: Hands On

Session duration: 90 minutes

About this Hands On

The Java Platform remains popular, which is entirely reasonable. Despite the Java 8 revolution, Java evolution is slow and not keeping up with changes in the way we program. In this session we will investigate Kotlin and Ceylon, two programming languages designed to replace Java. Frege might also make an appearance.

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