KotlinConf 2019 Global: Join In!

Posted on by Alina Dolgikh

2019 has been amazing for the Kotlin community with developments like the language of choice on Android, a wave of Kotlin/Everywhere events, Breakout Project of the Year at OSCON ’19… and the year is not over yet.

Today we reveal one more wonderful opportunity for Kotlin lovers: get together for KotlinConf 2019 Global with your local user group!

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Organize a meetup for your community to watch the KotlinConf 2019 keynote and other sessions together, and JetBrains will support your community. If you’re not an organizer, keep an eye on future blog posts and follow @kotlinconf on Twitter, where we will share a global map of the upcoming events.

Submit your Event

To host KotlinConf 2019 Global, please complete and send us the form below. Every community, be it KUG, GDG, AWSUG, or any other, is welcome to join in. You can request support for the events happening between December 5, 2019 and March 5, 2020 the events should be submitted until January 5, 2020.

Before you submit an event, please make sure to announce it on your website or any other suitable platform.

Submit an event

KotlinConf 2019 Live Stream

We will kick off the KotlinConf live stream on December 5, at 8 am GMT, with an opening keynote by Andrey Breslav, and will continue streaming all tracks over the two conference days. Feel free to join the live stream at any point or access the video recordings later.

The keynote and session recordings should be available within the next two weeks following the conference. Follow @kotlinсonf for the latest information.

KotlinConf Global Branding

To announce your event, use the branding materials provided. Please do not use Kotlin or JetBrains branding. The name of the event should include “KotlinConf 2019 Global” and the name of the event location. You can edit the materials according to your event location and date.

Branding materials

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13 Responses to KotlinConf 2019 Global: Join In!

  1. Shashibhushan Singh says:

    October 23, 2019

    How can organise an event to our campus.

    • Alina Dolgikh says:

      October 24, 2019

      Hi! You can plan your event for any date between December 5th and March 5th, announce it online and request support with this link http://bit.ly/2MKf6JD

  2. Praveenkumar Chiguru says:

    October 23, 2019

    I’m very interested in the conf.

  3. Vijay PONDALA says:

    October 24, 2019

    Is it possible to host an event specific to our organisation?

    • Alina Dolgikh says:

      October 24, 2019

      Yes, it’s possible. You’re welcome to organize an event at your organization and submit it

      • Vijaya PONDALA says:

        November 8, 2019

        Thank you. I submitted my event for December. Hoping to get confirmation.

  4. MEHMET ALİ SICAK says:

    November 1, 2019

    I submitted my event. Thank you

  5. Andy Marchewka says:

    November 12, 2019

    I’d like to hold a viewing event after work (Eastern Standard Time), but the sessions will be long over by then.

    I received an email today from JetBrains that says,
    “Join the broadcast on the kotlinconf.com home page at any time.”

    Will the recorded sessions be available on the home page the same day, or is “any time” just an invitation to join a live broadcast? (Which is quite generous already, thanks!)

    • Alina Dolgikh says:

      November 13, 2019

      Hi Andy, thanks for your question. You’re welcome to watch everything live on Dec 5-6, during the KotlinConf schedule. The recording will then become available right away as well, so alternatively you can hold your event at any time after the broadcast. It will not be a live stream, but the recorded keynote and sessions will be available to watch. Please note that you can get support for your event if it happens not later than March 5, 2020.

  6. Alexey says:

    November 15, 2019

    Hello Alina,

    We are planning to organize live streaming of all 2 days of KotlinConf 2019 Global in our company offices for our employees and people from local IT comminities as well. And to inform the people we are thinking to post events on Timepad.

    So is it required to submit that through the form above? We actually don’t need some specific support unless you have any thoughts on some nice gifts/merch for participants 🙂

    • Alina Dolgikh says:

      November 15, 2019

      Hello Alexey,

      brilliant, please do! We will be in touch with you about the support (and shipping some swag your way). We will also add your event to the map on kotlinconf.com, so people in your area can learn about it and join in.
      It is great to hear about your event, we’re looking forward to you joining in!

      • Alexey says:

        November 18, 2019

        Great! How can we contact directly to discuss the details? You probably can see my email.

        • Alina Dolgikh says:

          November 18, 2019

          Please fill in the form, I will reach you.

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