The Kotlin Night in San Francisco has been announced for Tuesday May 17th 2016. The single night event will take place between 6.00pm and 10.00pm.
The meetup organized by JetBrains, Realm, Netflix, Kotlin ∪ Android and Bay Area Kotlin User Group will be taking place at Realm on Townsend between 2nd and 3rd.
Free registration is required for attendance who will be taking through a light casual evening starting off with a couple of bites, drinks, music and a little A bit which is short for binary digit is the smallest unit of data in a computer or digital device. It can contain only one of two, either 0 or 1. Other representations such as true/false, yes/no, +/−, or on/off are possible with a single bit.... More of networking before the main program kicks off.
The Kotlin project lead Andrey Breslav will give an overview of Kotlin and the roadmap of this programming language and related tools and framework.
Jake Wharton will then take attendees through Instrumentation Testing Robots and how the robot pattern allows developers to create stable, readable, and maintainable tests with Kotlin language features.
Finally there will be demos from Laura Kogler and Rob Fletcher on the Kotlin testing frameworks with further insights on advancements in testing support.
To register for the event you can go to the JetBrains website and sign up for free.