The droidcon Barcamp

droidcon Berlin starts off with a barcamp on Wednesday (June 15, 2016). The barcamp is one of the interactive parts of the event, where you get the chance to actively shape the program. It's also perfect for very up-to-date topics that have emerged shortly before.

In the morning, we're all coming together at the main stage and after an introduction by our barcamp coordinator Friedger Müffke, you'll have the chance to shortly present a topic that you would like to hold a session on. If enough people are interested, your session will be part of the barcamp program. We're scheduling all sessions as quickly as we can and then it starts! You can start proposing topics now, by inserting them into this Trello Board.
As we've done it last year, there will be a gitbook for this year's Barcamp too. Feel free to read and contribute here.

Besides that we'll have Rapid Demo Session, Workshops and a Mobility Area on our barcamp day. Find more information here.

Let's wrap this up

What: 
Barcamp, Rapid Demo Session, Workshops & Mobility Area

Where: 
Postbahnhof Berlin, Straße der Pariser Kommune 8, 10243 Berlin

When:
Date: June 15, 2016
Registration: 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
Barcamp: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Who: 
Eligible are all attendees of droidcon Berlin 2016 with a valid conference ticket.

Important note:
Catering is not included on barcamp day. There will however be BBQ where you can buy food and bars to get some drinks.

But wait – what is a barcamp?

Barcamps are informal sessions, a kind of "un-conference", with a schedule decided on the day. It's all driven by the interests and expertises of those who attend, so each one is different, but ours are always great!

While the schedule isn't worked out until the start of the event, the barcamp isn't without structure! They're dynamic events, focused on the overall droidcon event's topics, tackling the same challenges but in a different format. At the Barcamp sessions will run for 30 or 60 minutes, giving enough time to get into the meat of a topic. These are participatory sessions and more inclusive than regular conference sessions, with everyone taking part. They can be lectures, discussions, code labs, skill trainings or any other format. You can help, perhaps by leading the session, perhaps by giving some insights, perhaps by asking some great questions, or perhaps just by your enthusiasm. At the end of the day everybody gets together to share their experience of the day and give feedback.

Come along again for great discussions and knowledge sharing with your fellow attendees, on all the hot topics from the conference, and all those we couldn't quite squeeze into the main days!