Once again Berlin Buzzwords lies behind us and once again we’ve enjoyed the great spirit of our speakers, attendees, volunteers, media partners and sponsors who all made Berlin Buzzwords possible. Before we take a look back at four exciting days full of search, store and scale we want to ask you to help us make #bbuzz even better: Please take a minute to fill out our feedback survey.
"Buzzwords is how I keep a finger on the pulse of Berlin and Berlin is key to figuring out where tech in Europe is going. Of all the places and events in Europe, coming to Buzzwords in Berlin is the one event that I consider indispensable." – Ted Dunning
Berlin Buzzwords kicked off with the most interactive part – the barcamp. More than 150 participants attended the first day of the event and shared their knowledge with the crowd. At the following two-day conference more than 600 attendees visited the Postbahnhof. Over 60 international speakers offered more than 30 hours of program in 50+ sessions on 4 stages. On the fourth and final day participants were invited to join hackathons and meetups in various locations all around the city.
Thanks to the team from WECAP, the video recordings from all talks from stages 1 to 3 were uploaded to YouTube quite promptly: If you missed a session you now have the possibility to watch it at home on your couch – perfect for binge watching on the next rainy weekend. All videos have also been added to their corresponding session description on this website, along with the presentation slides.
Last, but definitely not least we would like to thank our sponsors, media partners, speakers, founders, program committee, workshop and barcamp organizer, volunteers, attendees, the video team, the catering, the architects and our event engineers as well as all members of Postbahnhof Berlin who were involved in the organization of Berlin Buzzwords for an inspiring time and for meeting old and new friends. See you at Berlin Buzzwords 2016!
Photos: cc-by-sa 2.0 Gregor Fischer