The online conference for Kotlin returns!
This is done in 45-minute presentations, which are designed as an introduction, provide best practices on Kotlin, consolidate knowledge or present tools and methods that rely on Kotlin. In addition, there are full-day workshops that delve into a topic and offer many practical examples and exercises.
You want to be a speaker at KKON or give a workshop?
We are putting together a varied and interesting program for KKON this year. Bring in your knowledge and show the participants your Kotlin projects. As a speaker, you can of course follow all online presentations on the conference day of KKON.
Send us your proposals for your own presentations and workshops by July 16 via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, preferably in the form of an abstract (approx. 500-700 characters). We are explicitly looking forward to contributions from female speakers!ly
We look forward to receiving your application!
Your advisory board for KKON