We provide an inclusive event that gives newcomers as well as long-time members of the community a relaxed space to meet, exchange experiences and make new friends. Together we explore tech and community topics and give a glimpse of Berlin's flourishing tech scene.
Ticket price includes entrance to the conference, refreshments over the day and tasty lunch, so you can nourish your body and use the the lunch break to digest the first round of talks and connect with other attendees. Our party in the evening is open for everyone, with or without ticket, so bring your old and new friends and have fun!
The regular ticket costs €60 (incl. VAT and fees). Help us making this event more diverse by adding an optional donation towards diversity.
Diversity Support Tickets
At €150 per ticket (excl. VAT and fees) these are more expensive than our regular ones but will help us tremendously in our diversity efforts.
What do you get?
- Entry to the Reject.JS conference on September 24th
- Supply with refreshments throughout the day. These include non-alcoholic as well as alcoholic drinks
- A tasty lunch served right on the venue
- This year we also provide child care. When you buy a ticket you'll be asked to provide some details about your kids, so we can make sure we get everything we need.
- Entry to social events after the conference (tba)
You can pay either via PayPal or via Stripe.
- Peter Hecker
- Felix Gnass
- Johan Veeborn
- Marcus Pflanz
- Matthias Lienau
- Tristan Koch
- Julian Viereck
- James Hatheway
- Martin Schuhfuß
- Titus Ramczykowski
- Jan Krutisch
- Christian Maniewski
- Leonor Oliveira
- Richard Hoffmann
- Immanuel Klinkenberg
- Boris Bügling
- Norman Rusch
- Martin Schneider
- Dimitri Steinel
- Roman Hatipov
- Andreas Wissel
- Anton Rudeshko
- Nicolai Kollner
- Andriy Shumada
- Anton Mamchenko
- Nicholas Hehr
- Pavel Dohnal
- Morgan Cugerone
- Morgan Roderick
- Tim Rogers
- Bjoern Brauer
- Francesco Kirchhoff
- Szmozsánszky István
- Iines Piesala
- Oleg Slobodskoi
- Caolan McMahon
- Mario Bartlack
- Matthias Böhme
- Sebastian Millermann
- Simon Lepel
- Christian Rösike
- Thomas Ratajczak
- Alexey Migutsky
- Christopher Astfalk
- Mateusz Zimowski
- Jonathan Koch
- Daniel Wiedemann
- Christian Ulbrich
- Andrew Nicolaou
- Philipp Jährling
Reject.JS will be at Radialsystem V, Holzmarktstraße 33, 10243 Berlin. If you attended JSConf.eu last year, this location will certainly ring a bell. It's directly in the middle of Berlin and can be easily reached with public transport. It has enough space for all our amazing attendees and offers a lovely area outside where you can sit directly at the river Spree, chat with people, relax and have some fresh air whenever you want to take a break.
The closest stop to our venue is Ostbahnhof. You can either take the S-Bahn or the bus to get there. If you wanna experience Berlin's subway you have to get off at Jannowitzbrücke. From both stops it's just a short walk to the venue.
Tip: Use CityMapper to find the best way from your place to Radialsystem V.Alternative Public Transport Apps
Berlin Public Transport Web App
Öffi Public Transport Buddy
Getting around by Car
Parking: The compound of Radialsystem V includes two parking spaces for the disabled. Additional parking is available at the train station Ostbahnhof. Here’s a list of all covered car parks in Berlin.
Car Sharing: Various suppliers for car sharing in Berlin give you the opportunity to pick up cars (they have an app for that) and drop them off (mostly) wherever you want to. The best-known are DriveNow, Car2Go and Multicity. Please consider that the registration process may take some time and all companies require registration fees, so it may be only worth it if you’re planning a longer stay in town.
Both airports are located close to the city center at about a 30 minute taxi ride (ca. EUR 30) distance from the venue. There are also trains and buses that connect the airports to Berlin Ostbahnhof station, which is only a 5 minute walk to the venue.
Airport transport info TXL
Airport transport info SXF
Our goal is to have an awesome and inclusive community-driven conference where people meet, hang out together, chat, listen to talks, exchange ideas and make new friends. Any harmful or discriminating behaviour will not be tolerated and results in the offending person being expelled from the conference.
Our complete Code of Conduct helps us to make sure that we are as inclusive and safe as we want everyone to be.
We care about you. If anyhing happens, please contact us.
We're going to close the conference day at the Bar “Crack Bellmer” in Berlin-Friedrichshain. There are two outside areas which will give you enough room to talk to your new and old friends you met at our conference. And if you fancy a dance: There will be live DJs inside at 11pm. You're welcome to bring along your friends as well, no matter if they attended Reject.JS or not. Doors open at 8pm. Drinks are on us until the budget is gone. Alcoholic drinks are not your style? Don't worry we've got you covered and prepared some delicious non-alcoholic cocktails for you to enjoy!
How To Get There
The bar is located on the “R.A.W.-Gelände” – Revaler Straße 99, 10245 Berlin.
We've prepared proper routing links for you. Pick your favorite routing service and your favorite way of transportation and get all the instructions you need:
The easiest way is to go Ostbahnhof, which is very close to our venue. From there on hop on any S-Bahn that goes to Warschauer Straße (S5, S7, S75) and get off there. Go upstairs onto the bridge, turn right and once you see the Revaler Str. turn right there as well. After about 300m you'll see the bar on the right side.
If you fancy a walk after our conference you're lucky: The bar is just 2.3km away from the venue and it will take you about 30 minutes. See the routes for a detailled plan.
It's just a 5 minute ride with a taxi and shouldn't cost you more than 10€. Share a taxi with a few people and split the fare. Cheap and effective! You can either use the myTaxi app or try calling one of these numbers:
Robin is one of the organizers of Berlin.JS and is part of the team since the very first Reject.JS. He loves to fly robots, run community events and chill with his cats.
Ola joined the team 2013 and will run her very first own conference this year in Dortmund. In her spare time she’s organizing OpenTechSchool Dortmund, works as a JS developer and lives the daughter driven development pattern to the fullest.
Katharina joined the Reject.JS team back in 2012 and is part of the team ever since. Kida, as we call her, lives in Berlin and works as freelance designer. She loves colorful things and always makes up new words.
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