Take Part in Advent of Code 2022 in Kotlin and Win Prizes!
Take part in Advent of Code 2022 in Kotlin and win prizes. We invite you to join us in participating in Advent of Code in Kotlin this year. It’s a great way to practice your problem-solving, keep your Kotlin skills sharp, compete, and learn from the fantastic community surrounding the event. And it’s a wonderful way to get your hands on some exclusive Kotlin prizes!
The voting for the Space Apps Contest People’s Choice Award is open!
You decide which one of the apps submitted during the contest will win its author a 1-year All Products Pack subscription. Cast your votes by November 27, 2022! Vote for applications! All that’s required to vote is to be registered on JetBrains Marketplace. We’ll announce the winners of the People’s Choice Award and the winners in all other categories on November 28, 2022. *The winner of the People’s Choice Award will be determined based on the highest number of user votes collected via the Contest website. Stay tuned!
Join the Kotlin Multiplatform Contest and Win a Trip to KotlinConf’23!
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!
Space Apps Contest: Create Apps and Win Prizes
Join the Space Apps Contest, create applications for Space, and win prizes!
Here Comes Kotlin Heroes: Episode 9!
UPD: Given the current circumstances, we have decided to postpone Kotlin Heroes until further notice. Thank you for your understanding. Kotlin Heroes is our Kotlin-only contest hosted by the Codeforces. It is a great way to play around with Kotlin’s features, learn something new, and practice using the language by solving fun problems. It is great for programmers of any level! Everyone has a chance to win some cool prizes: exclusive Kotlin Heroes t-shirts, stickers, and even money. Watch Gennady “tourist” Korotkevich, the most awarded competitive programmer in the world and a repeat wi
Calling All Kotlin Programmers! Take Part in Kotlin Heroes: Episode 7 Coding Contest
If you’ve been thinking of new ways to level up your Kotlin coding skills, programming competitions are a great way to do so. Starting from June 22, you can polish your Kotlin skills and practice solving algorithmic problems in a dedicated practice round on the Codeforces platform. On June 29, the real challenge begins – take part in Kotlin Heroes: Episode 7, and compete to win prizes! I like a challenge, sign me up! Even if you’ve never participated in programming contests before, we encourage you to give it a try. This is a great opportunity to test your limits and improve you
Kotlin Heroes: Episode 6 Is Here
Registration for Kotlin Heroes: Episode 6 is open. This coding challenge is hosted by JetBrains and Codeforces, the most popular platform for programming contests. It is a great opportunity to learn about the features and capabilities of the Kotlin language. Register now and save the date: March 9, 2:35 PM UTC. “Programming contests are a great way to test your programming skills and improve them. Whether you are a seasoned competitive programmer or a Kotlin developer who has never participated in a programming contest before, you’ll find these contests useful, entertaining, and thought-prov
Kotlin Heroes 4: the Next Round is Almost Here
Registration for Kotlin Heroes #4 is open! It’s time to save the date for the next round, which will take place May 29, at 14:35 UTC. If you’re already excited to sign up, you can head directly over to the registration page on the Codeforces website. And if you’d like to learn more about Kotlin Heroes, take a look at the blog post below. (more…)
Kotlin Heroes 3: A Programming Challenge from JetBrains and Codeforces
Registration for the next Kotlin Heroes coding challenge is open! This will be the third challenge for programmers co-hosted by JetBrains and Codeforces. Register now and save the date, February 27, 13:35 UTC. What is Kotlin Heroes, and why should you participate? Kotlin Heroes is a collaborative project from JetBrains, the creator of the Kotlin programing language, and Codeforces, the most popular platform for programming contests. Previous Kotlin Heroes challenges have attracted more than 700 competitors per event. The main objective for the participants is to provide correct solutions to a
IntelliJ Themes Contest 2019: Add More Color to Your IDE!
We are thrilled to announce IntelliJ Themes Contest 2019! Create the community’s most-loved theme plugin for any IntelliJ-based IDEs: IntelliJ IDEA, PhpStorm, PyCharm, RubyMine, WebStorm, DataGrip, GoLand, CLion, Rider, or AppCode, and win a prize! IntelliJ IDEA 2019.1 arrived last month with official support for color customization of the IDE appearance, which means it’s up to you to decide what your IDE looks like! You can customize the colors of most of its parts, from toolbars, windows, buttons and icons, to the background, the editor scheme, and much more. (more…)