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Source Talks: Transitioning to Kotlin

Source Talks Community, in partnership with 11:FS present: Transitioning to Kotlin.

Kotlin is a general-purpose, free, open-source, statically typed “pragmatic” programming language initially designed for the JVM (Java Virtual Machine) and Android that combines object-oriented and functional programming features.

Join Jason Chow, Technical Lead @ 11:FS as he shares his journey in transitioning to Kotlin in the N26 bank, lessons learned, the pros and cons of the transitions.

About 11:FS
Digital financial services are only 1% finished – 11:FS is building the next 99%. 11:FS makes financial services businesses truly digital through next-generation propositions. It delivers UX benchmarking through 11:FS Pulse, a Financial Services Operating System through 11:FS Foundry, research and consulting services, as well as industry-leading content and events.

11:FS challenges businesses to think differently and deliver industry-leading propositions. It fields interdisciplinary teams which bring the best designers, product experts, consultants, researchers, technologists and domain specialists together to deliver tangible outcomes in the shortest possible time frames.

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11:FS works with challengers across the financial services industry, and has designed and built propositions for NatWest, Mox, Grab, and several large middle eastern and US banks.

Thursday 14th October

1pm BST

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