JetBrains Night in Moscow, April 13

    Hi, Habr!

    We invite everyone to JetBrains Night - a great meeting with friends, which will be held on April 13 in Moscow. Come find out what's interesting in the world of Java, Kotlin and web technologies. JetBrains developers will tell you what we are doing and what has been done recently, and most importantly, how to use it all correctly.

    After the technical reports, we will hold an open discussion with the speakers and other employees of the company - we will answer questions about our products and work at JetBrains.


    In a programme:

    • Removing barriers to productivity (in English) - Hadi Hariri, Head of Developer Advocacy
    • Korutin in Kotlin on the server - Roman Elizarov, developer of the Kotlin language
    • Development of Java support in IntelliJ IDEA: there is no limit to perfection - Tagir Valeev, technical manager of the Java language support team at IntelliJ IDEA
    • More IntelliJ IDEA Development Tips (English) - Tricia Guy, Developer Advocate
    • How we develop WebStorm - Denis Ushakov, WebStorm development manager; Ekaterina Prigara, WebStorm Product Manager
    • Writing a full-stack application on Kotlin - Leonid Khachaturov, developer
    • TypeScript evolution: language and IDE - Andrey Starovoit, senior developer of WebStorm
    • Open discussion with the JetBrains team

    JetBrains Night Moscow will be held on Saturday, April 13, from 16:00 to 21:00 . Registration will be open from 15:00. Address: 21st Krasnogvardeysky Proezd, Building 21, Building 2, Moscow-City Complex, Oko Tower, 4th floor, Crystal Ballroom .

    More information about the event, reports and speakers - here .

    Registration for the event is required, it is open on the website TimePad . Please note that participation in the event is paid (500 rubles). It is important for us to estimate the number of participants in order to prepare well. Paying for an event ticket will allow us to expect that you will come. The funds collected from ticket sales will be sent to charity.

    Come, it will be interesting!

    Team JetBrains
    The Drive to Develop

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