Kotlin Is Everywhere! Join the Global Event Series
When we say ‘Kotlin is everywhere’, we mean it. Kotlin works on all platforms, and it allows you to develop all types of applications. Developers are excited about Kotlin and hungry for opportunities to learn more. Now it’s time to bring it to your city with the support of JetBrains and Google.
We’re happy to announce our new program, Kotlin/Everywhere – a series of community-driven events focusing on the potential of Kotlin on all platforms. Its goal is to help people learn the essentials and best practices of using Kotlin everywhere, be it for Android, iOS, back-end, or front-end.
Join the Kotlin/Everywhere global event series between June and December 2019.
Who can attend the event?
Whether you are a developer, a speaker, a Kotlin User Group, or any other community leader – do join us! Anyone interested in learning Kotlin and its ecosystem, sharing knowledge, and hosting a Kotlin-focused event is welcome to attend.
If you are a developer wanting to learn more about Kotlin, or a speaker excited to share your Kotlin experience with others, you can find events near you to join. Just go to the map on the website. More events will be added over time.
How to host your Kotlin/Everywhere event?
If you want to host an event in your city, you can begin by checking out the detailed organizers’ guide. It will help you decide on the format and what kind of support you might need. All the necessary tips and tricks, materials, and branding assets are inside. Go ahead and submit your event on the official web page.
Besides the detailed organizers’ guide, we also provide you with resources such as content, codelabs, and guidance to help you maximize your success. You can also apply for support: we have speakers from Google/JetBrains and can help by providing funding for venue, food and drinks, swag, or other. We will also list your event on the official website.
Still have questions? Ask them at our hangout sessions for organizers on May 16 and 17.
Let us know if you want to take part!