On September 13th and 14th, the “Rheinwerk Conference for Kotlin” (KKON) an online conference on the Kotlin programming language organized by Rheinwerk. In practical workshops (September 13th) and 20 lectures in three parallel tracks (September 14th) participants will learn everything they need to know for a practical use of the JetBrains programming language. The lectures of renowned experts participants can comfortably follow from their own desk – because the event is broadcast via live stream. Nevertheless, they do not have to forego the possibilities for interaction: they can ask questions via chat during the lectures, the speakers are also available for questions after the lecture and they can exchange ideas with like-minded people.
Kotlin in practice
Even if Kotlin is relatively young compared to other programming languages at ten years of age, the language enjoys great popularity. It has been Google’s preferred programming language for Android app development and developers for several years: it is also being used more and more frequently in other areas of application. The experts at the online conference shed light on the programming language in detail – from the basics of the application to advanced language concepts and areas of application.
Interested parties can apply until August 26th at the early bird price of 189 euros Register (plus VAT) for the conference. After that, the event costs 249 euros (plus VAT). Few places are still available for the workshop “From Java to Kotlin”. The conference is also available afterwards in full and including access to all conference materials. Further information can be found on the KKON website.
[Anmerkung d. Red.: Der Rheinwerk Verlag als Veranstalter der Konferenz ist Teil der Heise Gruppe]