The Nextcloud community will be meeting at the TU Berlin from September 16 to 22 for a week of talks and coding around the next generation private cloud technology.

Registration on weekdays is at the hacking area, on Saturday/Sunday at the keynote room. See more practical information here.

Friday opens with a focus on scalability and federation, with special workshops and meetups around these subjects. See the Friday program here.

On Saturday, Jane Silber, CEO of Canonical will open our event while Sunday Karen Sandler, Executive Director at the Software Freedom Conservancy will speak. Learn more about our keynote speakers here.

The keynotes are followed by lightning talks in the morning while we get together around various subjects in the afternoon in workshops, learning and sharing together. Of course, we also want to provide some cultural fun and a social event.

The conference is focused on making Nextcloud better, through discussion, coding, packaging, designing, translating and more. If you want to get involved, this is the place to be! See our contribution pages for getting started.

Practical information about the conf you can find here

Where to stay in Berlin

We recommend these affordable lodging accommodations for your visit.

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IBIS BUDGET Berlin Kurfürstendamm

This affordable hotel (starting at Eur 50/night) is one U-bahn stop or a 25 minute walk away from the University. Most of the core developers will be staying here.

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Youth hotel Aletto Kudamm

Starting at Eur 50, walking distance.

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Hotel Amelie

Is just a quick U-bahn trip away and is affordable.

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NOVOTEL Berlin Am Tiergarten Hotel ****

This four-star hotel costs about Eur 75/night but is very conveniently located at the closest S-bahn station. You do risk sleeping on the side of the train, though, that isn't fun.