Call for Proposals

The online conference for Kotlin returns!

On September 16 and 17, KKON, our conference for Kotlin, will take place again. Two days packed with all topics around software development in general and Kotlin in particular. At KKON, participants can intensively learn about the programming language and exchange ideas with others.

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 via e-mail to, preferably in the form of an abstract (approx. 500-700 characters). We are explicitly looking forward to contributions from female speakers!

We look forward to receiving your application!

Your advisory board for KKON

Almut Poll

Maike Lübbers

Stephan Mattescheck

Thomas Künneth

Wolfram Rittmeyer