Why you need to be at GitHub Satellite in a month

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GitHub Satellite is heading to Berlin to bring together the developers, maintainers, and team leaders who are changing the world through software. There’s still time to secure your spot on May 23, but tickets are selling fast—and the countdown has begun.

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Five reasons to join us

Here are some reasons past attendees decided to come back to Satellite. Don’t miss your chance to be part of this orbit.

Meet the people behind the code

This is your chance to network with software influencers, developers, maintainers, and vendors—put a face to a username and get answers from our team in the Ask GitHub experience.

Hear the latest

Your workflow will never be the same after you hear what’s new from members of the GitHub Team, including CEO Nat Friedman, and industry leaders from all over the world.

Find your next project

The inspiration is endless with sessions about the tools and topics that are taking software to new places—from developers who are looking for collaborators.

Take home swag

As always, you won’t leave empty-handed with laptop stickers, shirts, and hoodies from the GitHub Shop and software vendors you love.

Build with the best

With expert-led workshops a day before the conference, you can head into the main sessions equipped with hands-on experience building GitHub Apps, GitHub Learning Lab courses, and more.

Bring your team and save

If you’re looking for a way to save, ask a few friends or teammates to meet you in Berlin. You’ll get 40% off when you buy four Satellite tickets together.

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We’ve even created a letter you can fill out and send to your leadership team if you need some more help justifying the trip.

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See what launched at GitHub Universe

Missed the main event? Learn more about everything that launched at GitHub Universe, from GitHub for mobile and a redesigned notifications experience to the GitHub Archive Program.

Read the day one keynote recap

Secure the world's code, together

On day two of GitHub Universe, we announced GitHub Security Lab, bringing together security researchers, maintainers, and companies across the industry to secure open source.

Read the day two keynote recap