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Join the Kotlin Multiplatform Contest and Win a Trip to KotlinConf’23!

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Join the Kotlin Multiplatform Contest

Calling all students and recent graduates who love to code in Kotlin! Showcase your creativity by building a Kotlin Multiplatform project using the technology that will help shape the future. If your entry makes it into the top 3, you’ll win a trip to KotlinConf’23, the Kotlin event of the year, with all expenses paid courtesy of the Kotlin Foundation!

Enter the Kotlin Multiplatform Contest

Eligibility requirements

  • You must be 18 years or older to participate.
  • You must be enrolled in an accredited educational program that takes one or more years of full-time study to complete, or have graduated within the last 6 months.
  • You can only submit one project.
  • The application deadline is January 13, 2023.
  • You must read and agree to the complete contest rules.

Project requirements

  • Your project must use Kotlin Multiplatform and run on at least two different platforms. While Android and iOS are permitted, you can also look for more interesting and inspiring options.
  • The project can be on any topic of your choice. We’ll judge it based on the creativity of your idea and how it is reinforced by Kotlin Multiplatform.
  • The project must be individual. It’s fine to use other open-source projects, but each project must have a single author.

Prizes

Each of 3 winners will get an all-expenses-paid KotlinConf’23 participant package, which includes travel, accommodation, and cool Kotlin swag.

Not only that, but everyone who submits a working application will receive neat prizes, too!

Join the Kotlin Multiplatform contest

How to use Kotlin Multiplatform

To learn more about Kotlin Multiplatform and get some practice, check out the resources below:

Consider also joining our Kotlin Multiplatform community in the #multiplatform Slack channel, where you can ask questions and meet fellow contestants.

Good luck! We’re looking forward to receiving and running your applications!

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