It's a wrap!

It's been two weeks since droidcon Berlin, so now it's time to have a look back.

This year more than 900 attendees showed up, making the 8th edition of droidcon Berlin one of the most successful. We've enjoyed two eclectic days of conference with more than 65 international speakers on 4 parallel stages, had an inspiring barcamp day and hacked the DB clock at this year's hackday! 

Recordings, photos and slides

All conference sessions have been audio recorded by our partner Voice Republic and are now available here

Furthermore all talks on our main stage have been video recorded by Theresia Reinhold – Thank you very much! Some of them are already uploaded to our YouTube-Channel – the rest will follow soon!

You can find the slides of (nearly) every talk on the corresponding session page. To make it easier for you to access all the information on a session, we've also embedded the audio and – if available – video recording underneath the session description (Here's an example of a complete session page). Find all sessions here.

Thanks to our photographer Jan Michalko you can find a collection of photos of the barcamp and conference on Flickr.

Find notes, resources, links and everything related to the barcamp at droidcon Berlin 2016 in the gitbook.

Feedback please!

droidcon Berlin is a platform for the Android community to exchange and learn from each other. Therefore it is more than important to have your feedback. Please fill out our survey and help us to improve droidcon Berlin! Participate until July 17, 2016 to win an ASUS C100P Chromebook.

Thank you!

For the second time droidcon Berlin was organized by the newthinking team and we want to thank all participants for trusting us and making droidcon Berlin such a great event. Without your enthusiasm and ideas, it would not have been that amazing!

A special thanks goes to our program committee, that curated our high quality program: Thank you Benjamin Weiss, cketti, Dirk Jäckel, Friederike Wild, Hasan Hoşgel, Karolina Kafel, Matthias Friedrich, Leonie Brewin, Stefan Hoth, Volker Leck and Wolfram Rittmeyer. 

Of course we would also like to thank our sponsors, media partners, speakers, our amazing barcamp organizer Friedger Müffke, volunteers, attendees, the catering team and our event engineers as well as all members of Postbahnhof Berlin who were involved in the organization of droidcon Berlin for an inspiring time and for meeting old and new friends. It was a pleasure to work with you. Thank you for coming! See you at droidcon Berlin 2017!

Photos: cc-by-sa 3.0 Jan Michalko