The most valuable thing you will learn this week is how to manage your agenda. With so many good events in the Berlin tech scene, you won’t be able to pick just one or two… The latest trends in software development, talks from Facebook engineers and a mini e-learning conference are only a few examples of what’s going on in this jam-packed TechList. Are there still empty spots in your calendar this week? Then start to read!
Monday 12 November
The Fete de l’Entrepreneur. Must-go party; bringing togetherBerlin’s startup scene and entrepreneurs. Have fun and get inspired! From 8 pm to 10pm at Wohnzimmer, Letterstrasse, 6.
Qt Developer Conference. Interested in software development? You may want to join all the trainings, talks and talent from around the world attending DevDays. From Monday 12 November at 10 am to Wednesday 14 November at 5 pm. At Café Moskau, Karl-Marx Allee, 34.
Webmontag Berlin #69: E-Learning. Teaching and learning online has grown incredibly the last few years, and it is now an important field in the Berliner startup world. Come by and see three different perspectives on the e-learning field: Anna Sauer and Tobias Miller, from Outermedia; Stephan Bayer, from Sofatutor; and Hannes Klöpper, from Iversity. From 7:30 pm at Mobilesuite Coworking, Pappelallee, 78-79.
Tuesday 13 November
Berlin Geekettes Hosts Facebook Engineering Panel. Engineers from Facebook will discuss how the successful company builds social products at scale. A Fall meetup which will bring together women working in the Berlin tech scene with Facebook engineering managers. From 7 pm to 11 pm at Betahaus, Prinzessinnenstrasse, 19.
Up.front.ug 31th. This month it’s Gunnar Bittersman, frontend developer at Brands4friends; and Martjin Schereuder, founder of Talentspender, turn to talk about web development and frontend. From 7:30 pm at Co.up, Adalberstrasse, 7-8.
Wednesday 14 November
IBM SmartCamp EMEA. Two days, one goal: build a smarter planet. This IBM smartcamp will offer world-class advisors a unique chance to get seed and venture capital. From 12:15 pm to 18:30 om. At Radisson Blu Hotel.
TU Startup Day. Startups are always looking for inspiration, and experience is one of the best ways to get it. SoundCloud, Gidsy, EyeEm, 6Wunderkinder, Readmill and Amen will give advice to other companies. David Knight, from Silicon Allee, will moderate the meeting. From 8:30 pm at Betahaus, Prinzessinnenstraße 19-20.
Thursday 15 November
FailCon Berlin. Business mistakes are welcome in order to learn… and not repeat! The experienced speakers will be Dr. Alex von Frankenberg, managing director of the High-Tech Gründerfonds, Gunnar Berning CEO of Twago, and Caroline Drucker, country manager for Etsy Germany. From 8:30 am at Jerusalemkirche, Lindenstrasse, 85.
Summit of Newthinking. Open Strategies. New platform to share open source knowledge and explore new fields through five different items: Open Innovation, Open Reality, Open Business, Open Data and Open Track. From Thursday 15 to Friday 16. At Station-Berlin, Luckenwalder Strasse, 4-6.
Startup Exchange Weekend. Perfect event for young companies looking for growth support and help in implementing ideas. At Hotel Schloss Herrenstein, Herrenstein, 6.
Friday 16 November
The Rally Academy release party. If you have a great idea, but you are not sure about how to execute it, start getting things done through this collaborative workshop. From 1:30 pm at Markgrafenstrasse, 12-14.
Saturday 17 November and Sunday 18 November
BSC Open Hackathon. Best chance to network and meet a future co-founder software engineer, designer, product guy, business geek, customer, employee or angel investor. Attendees will be put into teams to hack what they like in different categories. From Saturday 17 at 9 am to Sunday 18 at 8 pm. At Agora Collective, Mittelweg, 50.