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First, a big thanks to Dmitry Jemerov & Svetlana Isakova for being here to promote the book Kotlin in Action.

The winners are:

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  • Martin Bechtle
  • Daniel Trebbien
  • Giovanni Montano

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    Book Promo Winner - Kotlin in Action - Tuesday, Oct 17th, 2017


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    As noted in the Book Promotion Eligibility Requirements and Legal type stuff, the winners have 8 days to submit their information. Within 3 days of receipt of your email, we will reply to let you know we got it. If you don't hear back, the goat might have eaten your email. Please let us know by posting in the Ranch Office so we can check on it. Once you have received your copy please let us know by editing the Book Promotions Winners Page and updating the 'Status' column to say you have it.

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    Congratulations all four of you.
    And thank you to the authors for coming here to discuss their book.
     
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    Congratulations for all of you......
     
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    Congratulations all.

    Have a nice reading, and hoping to see future's experts coming back and posting more on Kotlin forum so we could all benefit

    Thanks to Author for coming.
     
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    Congratulation everyone and not just those who won the book as the questions/discussion on the Kotlin were very enlightening and helped explore the authors book and knowledge of Kotlin.

    Thank you once again CodeRanch promotions organizers, authors and publishers for making these promotions happen.
     
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    Super excited to have won a copy of this book! I'm a firm believer in The Pragmatic Programmer's advice to learn a new language every year and Kotlin has been on my list for a while so this will encourage me to put it at the top of the list, roll up my sleeves, and actually learn it!
     
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