Win a Trip to KotlinConf’24 in the Kotlin Multiplatform Contest!
Are you a student or recent graduate? Have you already tried building projects with Kotlin Multiplatform, a trending technology that lets you build apps for Android, iOS, desktop, web, and server while sharing Kotlin code between all the platforms?
If so, don’t miss this opportunity to practice your multiplatform coding skills by taking part in the Kotlin Multiplatform Contest. Create a cross-platform project in Kotlin, and if your entry takes one of the top three spots, you’ll win a trip to the biggest Kotlin event of the year – KotlinConf’24 in Copenhagen, Denmark!
- You must be at least 18 years old.
- You must be enrolled or have been enrolled in a full-time undergraduate or graduate educational program within the last 12 months.
How to enter
- Join our Slack channel for participants, ask any questions you might have, and stay up to date with the latest contest news.
- Choose any topic you’re passionate about. We’ll judge both the creativity of your idea and how well it is reinforced by Kotlin Multiplatform.
- Create a project using Kotlin Multiplatform that runs on at least two different platforms.
- Publish it on GitHub and submit the project link here.
- Make sure to read and agree to the complete contest rules.
The top 3 winners will get an all-expenses-paid KotlinConf’24 participant package, covering KotlinConf tickets, travel, accommodation, and cool Kotlin swag.
The authors of all other valid entries will receive neat Kotlin souvenirs, in addition to valuable experience.
- Contest start date: August 25, 2023
- Submission deadline: January 15, 2024
- Winners announced: January 25, 2024
- KotlinConf’24: May 23–24, 2024
- Official Kotlin Multiplatform documentation
- PeopleInSpace – a sample multiplatform project
- More samples of multiplatform mobile projects
- Build a full stack web app with Kotlin Multiplatform – a hands-on tutorial
- Build an iOS & Android app in 100% Kotlin with Compose Multiplatform
Don’t forget to join our #kotlin-multiplatform-contest channel on Slack. Here you can ask questions, connect with fellow contestants, and share your insights.
Ahmet Burak Ilhan, Istanbul Biruni University, Turkey
Brian Kamau Mbigo, Multimedia University of Kenya, Kenya
Maciej Procyk, University of Warsaw, Poland
Watch our interview with the winners of last year’s contest:
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