There’s still time to register for GitHub Satellite, and now you can buy a ticket knowing more about what’s in store.
Here’s a peek at what you’ll experience in London on May 22-23.
You’ll start day one with GitHub’s co-founder and CEO, Chris Wanstrath. The keynote will share the latest GitHub updates, and you’ll hear more from our team in later sessions. GitHub trainers, engineers, and product designers will cover everything from Git tips to running a healthy open source project.
The keynote will also kick off breakout sessions hosted by leaders from our community. They’ll share case studies on what they’re building on GitHub and the tools they’re using to improve the way their teams work together. Learn how:
If you’re joining us for day two of Satellite, you’ll experience hands-on workshops that bring you closer to the code and experts. In this new workshop format, you’ll learn how to build a chatbot, create Electron apps from start to finish, and bring open source principles to your team.
Outside of the sessions, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to connect with other attendees in our conference venue, Printworks—a 16 acre former printing factory. Chat while taking a break in one of the lounges or meet up for all-day coffee and snacks. You’ll be immersed in the most exciting software community in the world, and you won’t want to miss what we have planned outside the conference doors.
After party at Hawker House. After the conference, make your way over to the after party a few blocks away at Hawker House in the Rotherhithe neighborhood. You’ll get to meet presenters, visit food stalls, and play billiards and foosball in one of London’s biggest street markets.
Workshops at The White Rabbit. The second day of Satellite kicks off in a striking studio space—a 7,000 square foot renovated Victorian archway in Shoreditch. From chatbots to IoT hardware, you’ll have your choice of things to build alongside experts leading the way.
Visit the Satellite page to see the full schedule and get your ticket—but don’t wait! This conference will sell out.