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We’re kicking off 2017 with Git Merge, February 2-3 in Brussels. Join us for a full day of technical talks and user case studies, plus a day of pre-conference workshops…
We’re kicking off 2017 with Git Merge, February 2-3 in Brussels. Join us for a full day of technical talks and user case studies, plus a day of pre-conference workshops for Git users of all levels (RSVP is required, as space is limited). If you’ll be in Brussels for FOSDEM, come in early and stop by. Just make sure to bundle up!
Git Merge is the pre-eminent Git-focused conference dedicated to amplifying new voices from the Git community and to showcasing thought-provoking projects from contributors, maintainers, and community managers. When you participate in Git Merge, you’ll contribute to one of the largest and most forward-thinking communities of developers in the world.
Call for Speakers
We’re accepting proposals starting now through Monday, November 21. Submit a proposal and we’ll email you back by Friday, December 9. For more information on our process and what kind of talks we’re seeking, check out our Call For Proposals (CFP).
Code of Conduct
Git Merge is about advancing the Git community at large. We value the participation of each member and want all attendees to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. Check out our Code of Conduct for complete details.
Git Merge would not be possible without the help of our sponsors and community partners. If you’re interested in sponsoring Git Merge, you can download the sponsorship prospectus for more information.
Tickets are €99 and all proceeds are donated to the Software Freedom Conservancy. General Admission includes access to the pre-conference workshops and after party in addition to the general sessions.
See you in Brussels!