Git Merge 2015

The Conference for the Git Community

April 8th & 9th · Paris, France

Git Merge will feature sessions on using Git, scaling Git, and developing on Git from core Git maintainers. This April we will be getting together at La Gaîté lyrique in Paris’ 3rd arrondissement to wish Git a happy 10th birthday.

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Registration

Registration is $99. All ticket proceeds are donated directly to the Software Freedom Conservancy. Your ticket includes access to any of the pre-conference activities. Get registered today.

Speakers

Dave Borowitz

Google

There's more to come. We still have a few more speakers to add. We'll post them along with the full list of talks in just a bit.

Schedule

The main Git Merge conference is April 9 starting at 10am, and concluding with a birthday bash ending at midnight. There will also be advanced Git training on April 8th from 11am until 3pm.

April 8th: The Warm-up

  • Get Together
  • Contributors Summit
  • Expert Git Training

April 9th: The Main Event

  • 9:00 Registration and breakfast
  • 10:00 Keynote and sessions
  • 13:00 Lunch
  • 14:30 Sessions and closing keynote
  • 21:00 Git Birthday Party!

Get Together

Join other Git Merge attendees for guided tours and some local faire before the conference gets underway. We'll arrange small group activities and tours so you can get to know Paris. RSVP is necessary to participate.

Contributors Summit

The Contributors Summit on April 8th is an invitation only workshop for contributors to Git and its core implementations. For an invitation to the Contributors Summit, please email Chris Kelly.

Expert Git Training

Learn to be the Git expert from some of the best Git trainers in the world. On April 8th, prior to the main conference, you'll learn in ins-and-outs of advanced Git in a workshop setting. You'll need to RSVP to this separately from conference registration.

The Venue

La Gaîté lyrique foyer

La Gaîté lyrique

3bis Rue Papin 75003 Paris France

Directions

Planning

Paris by plane

Paris is served by two airports giving direct flights for nearly all international cities, Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) or Orly International Airport (ORY). From the airports, you'll be able to use taxis or the regional train (RER) to reach the city center.

Paris by train

Gare du Nord or Gare de l'Est via SNCF are the closest train stations to the venue. Most major European cities, including the United Kingdom, can be reached through either of these stations.

Nearby Metros:

  • Réaumur - Sébastopol, Metro 3 & 4
  • Strasbourg - Saint-Denis, Metro 8 & 9
  • Arts et Métiers, Metro 11

Nearby hotels:

We highly recommend using Airbnb as an alternative to hotels. Oftentimes they can be less expensive and provide a richer experience if you're new to a city.

Code of Conduct

Git-Merge is a community event intended for networking and collaboration in the tech community. By RSVP'ing or attending this Event, you signal that you have read, understand, and agree to the following code of conduct.

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