Let’s meet and talk about Ruby
Ruby Unconf Hamburg 2018 will happen on 5th and 6th of May 2018.
You decide on the topics, talks and speakers. This is your conference.
Give a talk, get inspired, code together, talk to people.
with all tickets you gain access to both conference days as well as free food, drinks and entry to the party.
Tickets are now available! The batch of early bird tickets is already sold out.
Our scholarship program is meant to make Ruby Unconf a better unconference. We want to make this community-focused event accessible to the wide range of people who are learning, work with, or are Ruby enthusiasts. We welcome applicants from underrepresented groups in tech to apply. This includes, but is not limited to: women-identifying persons, people of color, LGBTQIA people, people with physical and mental disabilities and people facing economic and/or political hardships. Scholarship recipients will receive a Ruby Unconf Hamburg 2018 ticket.
In addition, we will book travel and accommodation for you, so that you can arrive without stress :)
Applications must be submitted by 18th of March (Thats 2018-03-18 for y’all cyborgs). Applicants will be notified by March 25th.
Code Of Conduct
The heart of the Ruby Unconference is people. This guideline is meant to support a happy, productive and safe event experience that can welcome new ideas and inspiration for all attendees. Regardless of gender, sexual orientation, age, ability, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and religion (or lack thereof). We gain strength from diversity, and actively seek participation from those who enhance it.
Read the full Berlin Code of Conduct here.
Unconf you say?
What exactly is an Unconference? It works like this: Everybody can propose a talk. Everybody votes for the talks they want to see. The most voted talks will be held. You decide what will happen!
Do you want to propose a talk? Or are interested in a topic you want to hear about? Add your Ideas to the list.
We’re hosted by the University of applied Sciences, Faculty of Design, Media and Information.
The easiest way to get there is by walking 500m from the U-Bahn (Underground) station “Mundsburg”, which is about a 7 Minute ride away from the central station (“Hauptbahnhof”).
It’s probably not a good idea to try to go by car, as parking space is very limited and even on a saturday, we can’t really recommend driving in Hamburgs inner city.
If you are arriving from Hamburg Airport, you should take the S-Bahn (Metro) to Barmbek and the the U-Bahn to Mundsburg.
The Venue is right next to the Eilbekkanal, a channel that runs directly to the Alster lake (“Aussenalster”) which is probably a 30 minute walk but especially worth it on a sunny spring day.
Next to the train station “Mundsburg” is one of Hamburgs largest shopping malls which includes a cinema (if you don’t like partying on saturday night, for example) - Be warned though, all movies there are probably shown in german.
Getting to Hamburg is easy - the Wikivoyage travel guide sums up everything you need to know about getting to and getting around Hamburg, finding a place to stay or even moving here: Wikivoyage - Hamburg
If you are the first time in Hamburg we have some tipps for getting around here and what you should probably visit while being here. Having some days left before or after Ruby Unconf? Hamburg is beautiful <3
Please contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions, remarks or ideas.