Git Merge is a Git user conference held to bring together Git users and Git developers. This May we will be getting together in Berlin to improve the world of Git for everyone.
The Git community needs to get together every once in a while to talk about the future of Git. This is that time and that place.
Everyone. The first day is for core Git developers. The second day is for users of Git to share how they're using it and how they would like to use it. The final day is a hack day where everyone can help build tools and features for Git.
The Git Merge conferences are put together by the GitHub crew.
We have negotiated a rate for a block of rooms at the conference venue, the Radisson Blu Berlin. If you would like to stay at the same hotel the conference is being held in, we have a rate of 165Euro for Singles and 175Euro for Doubles. In order to get the conference rate, you must mention the conference code GITHUB when booking your room.
The Git Merge conference in Berlin will take place over 3 days - May 9-11, 2013.
The first day will be limited to developers who have made significant contributions to Git core or an alternate Git implementation (jgit, libgit2, etc.)
The second day will be open to the public. The day will be a mix of lightning talks and un-conference style impromptu group talks. If you are using Git for something interesting or have an idea for the future of Git, think about your 5 minute talk now.
The third day will be a series of hacking sessions and teaching tutorials.
To attend the Git Merge Berlin, get your free tickets now!
Questions about Git Merge Berlin? Go ahead and email Jen Duke and she’ll help you sort it out.