SoCraTes Day Berlin 2019
SoCraTes Day Berlin is returning in 2019 at Leanovate
A full day OpenSpace unconference for all craftspeople, be it aspiring or experienced.
First Lottery drawing on June 26
This year, SoCraTes Day Berlin will start on Friday with a warm-up single-track conference with selected people from the communities all over Europe sharing their mindset, their philosophies and their values with us. Inspired by that, we're diving right into the infamous SoCraTes OpenSpace on Saturday.
If you want to participate in the lottery, please click on "Join the waiting list"! The first lottery drawing will happen on June 26. Scroll down for more information, especially our Code of Conduct and Priority Tickets. Please read our full Code of Conduct before buying a ticket as it will be heavily enforced throughout the conference.
In the spirit of all the other SoCraTes Unconferences and Days, we'll be doing an OpenSpace unconference. This means that there will be no conference schedule upfront. Instead, you, the participants, create the schedule in the morning of the conference.
Bring your topics and we will take care of the rest! Do you want to talk about your agile process or try out a new workshop format? Maybe show off your latest pet project in Elm? Or do you want to know how to learn a particular language? Monads maybe? Or want to brew the perfect coffee with other coffee afficiandos? Whatever happens is the only thing that could happen, and whoever comes is the right person for your session!
We have an additional quota of tickets reserved for people of underindexed groups in technology. This includes, but is not limited to women, LGBTQ+ and people of color. Join the waiting list for this ticket if you feel you belong to such a group - we will neither ask you to provide evidence for that nor will it show up on e.g. your nametag. Please note that with our limited capacity, this will only increase your chance of winning a ticket, not guarantee it.
Join this waiting list if you need to make travel arrangements soon and belong to an underindexed group in tech.