Rooted in the JavaScript community

Reject.JS is an annual, community-driven full day JavaScript conference happening in Berlin at September 24th, 2015.

Reject.JS was born in 2010 out of the monthly BerlinJS meetups, and aims to give a chance to experience the JavaScript community to rejected speakers of, people who didn't get a ticket and everyone else who's interested. Nowadays, Reject.JS is a full-blown conference itself, while still staying true to its roots.

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!

Venue & Location

Reject.JS will be at Radialsystem V, Holzmarktstraße 33, 10243 Berlin. If you attended 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.

Public Transport

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

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.

Berlin's Airports

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

Code of Conduct

Be excellent to each other!

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.


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