FemtoConf 2018

March 2– 4, 2018 Darmstadt, Germany
A super tiny conference for small, self-funded, software companies

This conference isn't (primarily) about talks.

It’s about meeting people. While there will be talks about interesting topics the primary purpose is to meet old and new friends. We hope you’ll enjoy your time with us in Darmstadt.

2017 attendees

Speakers

We’re thrilled to announce that we have four excellent speakers for FemtoConf 2018.

Mike
Mike Taber
Claire
Claire Suellentrop
Aleth
Aleth Gueguen
Patrick
Patrick Campbell

Tickets

The conference is called FemtoConf for a reason. It’s small. Therefore tickets are limited to only 30 attendees. You can get your ticket at an early bird discount for €199. After the early bird sale, the ticket price will go up to €249 .

Schedule

The schedule for the conference isn’t set in stone, yet. This is just to give you a rough idea about what to expect. Lunch Break on Saturday is included in the ticket price, all other meals are not.

Friday, March 2

  • 7pm – Welcome Dinner

Saturday, March 3

  • 9am – Conference (2 Talks)
  • 12pm – Lunch Break
  • 1pm – Conference (2 Talks)
  • 7pm – Dinner

Sunday, March 4

  • 9am – Workshops
  • 1pm – Lunch Break
  • 3pm – Social Activity
  • 4pm – Offical End
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Venue

The conference takes place at Welcome Hotel Darmstadt in Darmstadt, Germany.

Accommodation

You can book a room at Welcome Hotel Darmstadt. We’ll send you information about a special deal after you bought your ticket.

Of course or one of the other hotels nearby or AirBnB is also an option.

Travel

By plane: The nearest airport is Frankfurt Airport. There’s a bus from both airport terminals right to the hotel that takes about 30 minutes.

By train: Darmstadt is pretty well connected by train. IC and ICE trains stop at the central station. Also, in just about about 20 minute you’re at Frankfurt central station that offers both national and international connections.

By car: Darmstadt is right next to Autobahn A5, so getting there by car is no big deal. Just try to travel outside of rush hour times.

Sponsors

This conference wouldn’t be possible without the help from our fabulous sponsors. Thank you so much!