Call for Proposals

Thank you for your many applications.

Our Call for Proposals is over now.

Mid-October you will find on this page:
All the talks, and the final program.

Rheinwerk Conference on Kotlin will take place in Cologne on 16 and 17 March 2020. Two days packed with all topics related to Kotlin!

Participants will have the opportunity to immerse thoroughly into the Kotlin programming language and application and share their experiences with others. This will be done in 45-minute speeches designed as an introduction to Kotlin, to convey best practices, to deepen knowledge or to present products and methods that are based on Kotlin. In addition, all-day workshops allow attendees to explore specific topics, gain hands-on experience and broaden their existing knowledge.

Interested in attending KKON as a speaker or workshop leader?  Feel free to submit your proposal for presentations and workshops by 30 September 2019. We are looking for professionals who want to talk about these specific topics:

  • Android app development
  • Kotlin/Native
  • Kotlin/Web
  • Enterprise applications and server side
  • Frameworks and libraries
  • Functional programming
  • Tools
  • Language features
  • Kotlin and Java

Speakers will be reimbursed for travel to and from the venue as well as hotel accommodation. Furthermore, you will have free access to all sessions and workshops at the Kotlin Conference for yourself and one accompanying person of your choice.

Please submit your proposals in the form of short abstracts (approx. 500-700 characters) by 30 September. Slides and similar additional material are also appreciated and will help to enhance your presentation. If you are more comforable to give your presentation in English, please feel free to do so.

You are kindly requested to send your presentation abstracts  by 30 September 2019.

The conference program will be published in October.

We are looking forward to your application

Thomas Künneth

Wolfram Rittmeyer

Volkmar Vogel

Almut Poll

Stephan Mattescheck