Join us for three days of discussion and discovery with the largest software community in the world.
Learn and build with the best in talks, trainings, and workshops.
Learn from GitHub’s Professional Services Team
Universe registration social
Make the most of Universe from the beginning with a cocktail hour when you pick up your badge. You’ll get to connect with attendees and meet speakers before you hear from them at the conference.
Dark Matter is part mini-conference and part after party for technical attendees after Training Day on Tuesday, October 10. Developers and technologists are welcome to explore how technology intersects with other facets of life while meeting other attendees. Your Universe conference ticket gets you free entry to Dark Matter. We’ll share when and where closer to the conference.
Conference Day 1
Join over a thousand developers and business leaders at GitHub Universe. You’ll learn, build, and walk away with insight into the future of software.
Big Bang is an evening event after the first day of Universe on Wednesday, October 11. This after party brings together the community to support, celebrate, and honor an organization shaping the future of software. It’s free for all Universe badgeholders and open to the public for a donation. Stay tuned for details.
Conference Day 2
Join us for another full day of content about the future of software.
Get the latest from community leaders, industry experts, and the GitHub Team.
Speakers & CFP coming soon!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is GitHub Universe?
Universe is the flagship user conference for the GitHub community. It is intended for developers, operations and system administrators, technical leads, entrepreneurs, and business leaders. The event includes advanced training, executive keynotes, deep-dives on open source projects, case studies of successful software teams, and a concert benefiting Black Girls Code.
Where is GitHub Universe?
420 22nd Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
How do I get to the venue?
You can arrive at the venue via public transportation (MUNI T-line), ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft, or bike with complimentary valet. There is no parking available at the venue and limited parking available in the neighborhood.
I'm from out of town, where should I stay?
Airbnb is a good, sometimes less expensive, alternative to hotels. If you're planning to stay in a hotel, we recommend staying at one supported by fairhotel.org like:
GitHub offers conference scholarships for students and members of underrepresented groups in tech. Send us a note if you think you’re a fit.
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