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Amanda Hinchman-Dominguez added a discussion to the group Kotlin Town
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KotlinConf 2017 Highlight of the Week - Kotlin for Data Science by Thomas Nield

"Data Science" is a broad buzzword encompassing the study and analysis of data, often using programming tools like R, Python, and Scala. But can a pragmatic language like Kotlin address many challenges currently faced in the data science domain?See More
Aug 31
Michael Levin replied to Amanda Hinchman-Dominguez's discussion Chicago GDG Workshop on Kotlin and TornadoFX - recap! in the group Kotlin Town
"Excellent! Thanks for sharing, Amanda!"
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Chicago GDG Workshop on Kotlin and TornadoFX - recap!

Hey friends -If you'd like to catch up with Chicago GDG on the TornadoFX workshop, here is a live stream as well as a link to the github project/tutorial.Neighborhood Cat Scheduler:  https://github.com/Kotlin-Thursdays/Neighborhood-Cat-SchedulerMore to come as soon as I can get my life together :)Cheers!AmandaSee More
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"Glad your talk went well. Cool venue! I would hazard a guess that Jim likes native development better. He's here on Codetown, so you can connect with him if you want. I'll talk a bit about the Kotlin revolution at tonight's OrlandoJUG…"
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"Hey Mike! So cool Jim Clarke will be having a talk at OJUG! What are the chances his talk might be recorded? I have his book and am a huge fan. Love to get his view on the continued value in native development. TornadoFX workshop should be…"
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"Hi Amanda! Yesterday, I talked with Jim Clarke, author of JavaFX: "Developing Rich Internet Applications" I mentioned you and your work with Kotlin. I forwarded him some info on TornadoFX.  He's the featured presenter for…"
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Introduction to TornadoFX Workshop at Chicago 1871

August 4, 2018 from 6pm to 7pm
In a world where everyone and their mother uses web development, a quiet grassroots movement is bringing back native development. Whether you're brand-new to coding, or you just have framework fatigue, native desktop development can be used to create internal solutions in lieu of needless/repetitive work across any industry. TornadoFX is so easy and fun to pick up anyone could get into coding while simultaneously automating solutions in their everyday work. TornadoFX is a great way to start…See More
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Kotlin Thursdays - Coming back in October!

For those that kept up with the first season of Kotlin Thursdays, I'm happy to say that I'm coming back with a second season - and this time, we have friends gearing up to expand content and stream them as episodes in addition to the blogs we write.Second season comes back mid-October.  For those of you that'd like to check out first season content, head over to Kotlin Town and feel free to check out our…See More
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Kotlin Thursdays: Introduction to Android and Kotlin

Kotlin Thursdays: Introduction to Android and KotlinAs I near the end of the first season of Kotlin Thursdays I wanted to introduce another fun project I wanted to say thanks for sticking with me as I overhauled my life to the other side of the country.I decided I may run these Kotlin Thursdays in seasonal bursts.  I really enjoy writing these. I will continue to write, I'd like to grow topics with a team and include episodes starting late October. Not only does it reduce my weekly workload,…See More
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Amanda Hinchman-Dominguez commented on Michael Levin's event Kotlinconf
"I will be speaking at KotlinConf on native development and OOP metaprogramming in Kotlin!"
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Kotlinconf at Amsterdam

October 3, 2018 to October 5, 2018
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Kotlin, User Experience, Agile, Good software practices, metaprogramming
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Florida native living in Chicago.

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Kotlin Thursdays - Coming back in October!

Posted on August 4, 2018 at 12:53pm 0 Comments

For those that kept up with the first season of Kotlin Thursdays, I'm happy to say that I'm coming back with a second season - and this time, we have friends gearing up to expand content and stream them as episodes in addition to the blogs we write.

Second season comes back mid-October.  For those of you that'd like to check out first season content, head over to Kotlin Town and…

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Come join KotlinTown!

Posted on May 9, 2018 at 10:59am 3 Comments

Hey, I started a Kotlin group - check it out and join if you'd like! I just put up a page dedicated to Kotlin links, books, and more resources. Will add more features like popular frameworks and chat later on.

https://www.codetown.com/group/kotlin

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At 1:07pm on August 23, 2018, Michael Levin said…

Glad your talk went well. Cool venue! I would hazard a guess that Jim likes native development better. He's here on Codetown, so you can connect with him if you want. I'll talk a bit about the Kotlin revolution at tonight's OrlandoJUG meeting and point people to your Kotlin Town here on Codetown. 

At 9:13am on August 21, 2018, Michael Levin said…

Hi Amanda!

Yesterday, I talked with Jim Clarke, author of JavaFX: "Developing Rich Internet Applications"

I mentioned you and your work with Kotlin. I forwarded him some info on TornadoFX. 

He's the featured presenter for OrlandoJUG in September. 

Looking forward to reading more of your Kotlin articles!

At 11:29am on May 1, 2018, Michael Levin said…

Blog posts about Kotlin would be great. In fact, maybe we'll start a Kotlin group... Can't wait to read your blog posts. 

At 10:29pm on April 30, 2018, Michael Levin said…

Hi Amanda, welcome on Codetown! I hope you’ll make use of your Codetown blog and join some groups. 

 
 
 

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Welcome to Codetown!

Codetown is a social network. It's got blogs, forums, groups, personal pages and more! You might think of Codetown as a funky camper van with lots of compartments for your stuff and a great multimedia system, too! Best of all, Codetown has room for all of your friends.

When you create a profile for yourself you get a personal page automatically. That's where you can be creative and do your own thing. People who want to get to know you will click on your name or picture and…
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