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Contributors to Kotlin Projects for Google Summer of Code Announced

Google Summer of Code with Kotlin

We are thrilled to announce that 5 Kotlin project contributors have been selected for Google Summer of Code 2023! With the guidance of mentors from JetBrains, Google, and Gradle, they will work on 12-week programming projects with the Kotlin Foundation.

We were impressed by the number of high-quality proposals we received. After careful review, we have selected top contributors to the following projects:

  1. Kotlin Multiplatform library version of Flogger
  2. Enhance the kotlinx-benchmark library API and user experience
  3. Eclipse Gradle KTS editing
  4. Parallel stacks for Kotlin coroutines in the debugger
  5. Improve support for parameter forwarding in the Kotlin plugin for IntelliJ IDEA

If you applied to the Kotlin Multiplatform libraries project but weren’t selected, consider applying to the Kotlin Foundation’s Grants Program for multiplatform library authors before May 15, 2023.

Congratulations to the selected contributors and mentors! We believe that each of these projects will have a significant impact on the Kotlin community, and we can’t wait to see what you accomplish during Google Summer of Code 2023.

For those who were not selected this time, we encourage you to submit your proposals again next year. We thank everyone who applied to participate in Google Summer of Code with the Kotlin Foundation!

Stay tuned for updates on the progress of our selected projects!

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