The registration is ‘First come, first serve’, based on your location (in Berlin / outside of Berlin). We highly recommend that you register for the event shortly after the registration opens to secure your attendance. Sign up to our newsletter – will send another reminder right before we open registrations.
10 € Registration Fee
This year again, we will charge a small non-refundable registration fee of 10 €. Like many other barcamps, want to avoid to suffer too many no-shows that happen when we don’t charge for the event. We will donate the registration fees to charity. Please read here for further details.
Interested in volunteering?
Please note that ProductCamp Berlin is a non-commercial community-driven event organised by a small army of volunteers.
We hope you have had or are having a well deserved break from your product endeavours and enjoying the summer in your respective cities!
As a few people have asked us for ProductCamp news, we’d like to give you a little update regarding our sponsors, the ticket sales and the option of getting childcare for this year’s event.
The ProductCamp Berlin team have been working on planning the event and getting our main sponsors together to host another ProductCamp Berlin for you all on October 29th at the Evangelische Schule Berlin Zentrum in the heart of Berlin.
Good news: this year we will be back with another ProductCamp Berlin in October. Please mark and save the date in your agenda:
Saturday, October 29th. (Save this event to your calendars: .ics file)
After our great experience last year at the Evangelische Schule Berlin Zentrum, we have decided to host the event here again. The location turned out to be quite perfect for our barcamp and supported its learning experience. This choice also enables us to use your valuable suggestions to improve the setup in order to fit it to our needs even better this year.
As every year, it will be an event that is made possible by sponsors and volunteers, and will run on a Saturday morning through to the early evening, giving you lots of time to meet, greet, learn and discuss. We will likely gather for drinks and some more casual networking after the day, so keep your evening free as well.
Time is running so fast, and it is hard to believe that the camp took place already more than a month ago. So before we completely forget what was going on, here is our little recap of that day in October.
It is fair to say that 2015 beat our expectations again in many ways:
We found a fantastic location thanks to our wonderful host at the Evangelische Schule in Mitte. Traditional class rooms that we all know all to well from our years in High School created a productive atmosphere including black boards and chalk, a nice contrast to all the high tech we typically deal with.
“Release early, release often!” It’s not easy to fulfill this demand. While analysing why teams are not able to ship quickly and often, we find answers like: “The IT isn’t able to ship early. They work too complicated.” and “The management doesn’t believe in agile product management. They don’t dare to ship early.”
These sentences are treacherous.